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Stayed in the order hostel. Staff very welcoming. Comfy beds and nice decoration. Nice area to hang out. Only issue was the wifi wasn't working properly so the 5 nights we stayed there we wet able to connect.
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Welcome to Germany. We arrived in Berlin on Wednesday night after a 10hr bus ride and made it to the corner hostel and crashed out. On Thursday we got up and did the most important thing of washing which was interesting. The washing salon was attached to a bar and restaurant. We the headed of to alaxander platz which is a massive square filled I …
... was a hatrick, which is a Kropp fmaily tradition where you get presented with 3 drinks and have to down them, this hatrick was care of Rob and Brendon was the unfortunate recipient of 3 warm Jaeger miniatures at the train station.
The train was packed soon enough so it was lucky we had the beers to keep us cool. At the stadium the crowd had started to form and whilst we finished off our drinks it was awesome to see the Olympic rings and think of the history of ...
... 20kc equals €1. But we had to spend it now. Dan pushed the button for a coffee instead of chocolate so had to buy another one. The purchase of a couple of chocolate bars got rid of the rest of the money. We could have paid 50kc / €2.50 to go to the toilet. Very expensive. Back on our way for the 8hr train ride with ************e on the train. Countryside was lovely. I would love to get off and explore. It would be a delight to drive a ...
... throughout the city, Berlin truly invites visitors to think about and remember all aspects of the Holocaust. Nothing can be forgotten in a city that strives to ensure that everything is remembered. As the capital of Germany, it takes on a leading role in Germany's collective memory. And if Jean Paul's commentary is true and this city is indeed part of the world, then it also takes a leading role in humanity's collective memory as well.
... In their cells, they could only sit or stand or walk for 17 hours and no talking, whistling or singing was permitted. They were regularly observed through a peep hole in the cell door. At night, the prisoner had to sleep on his or her back, with arms outside the covers. They were frequently woken to enforce this rule.
And then there were the interrogations. There were 103 cells, but 120 interrogation rooms! The interrogator was familiar with the prisoner having studied his file, and ...