David's Hostel Berlin

Address: Bredowstrasse 35, Berlin, 10551, Germany | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Strasse des 17 Juni Flea Market, Plötzensee Memorial, Zucker Museum, and AEG Turbine Hall (Turbinenhalle).
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    My Weekend in Amsterdam

    A travel blog entry by smw316 on Mar 13, 2015

    ... was the Heineken experience. Honestly, this was probably what I was looking most forward to visiting. I was taken through the history of Heineken and learned how they manufactured their beer. The tour also included the famous Heineken Be the Beer Simulation. People stand on a platform motion simulator and feel what it is like to be beer. When the beer is stored in cold temperatures (Heineken is a lager) the room goes cold, when the beer was being ...

    Berlin, Germany

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 07, 2014

    2 comments, 102 photos

    ... That made it look like a pie with 4 pieces. The eastern piece was part of East Germany, so it connected with the rest of E. Germany. But the other 3 pieces looked like pac man surrounded by E. Germany. There used to be train and road access between W. Germany and W. Berlin, but Russia later stopped that. And that led to the Berlin air lift, where supplies were shipped in by air.

    In 1961, overnight the E. Germans started building a wall to prevent ...

    Berlin day 2

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 26, 2014

    18 photos

    ... Renaissence, Lutheran, built in its present form in1905, after earlier churches were razed. We admired it all, then climbed to the top of the roof, to look at the city from above. Enough for today; took the bus, then train then bus and walked back to camp. In all, we walked 13 km!! A good initial impression, so much more to see on a future visit. A city of contrasts, some very tacky, some beautifully old or renovated, and much recent and very poignant, and we really only saw half of ...

    Museums and site seeing

    A travel blog entry by kenandmaureen on Jun 05, 2014

    16 photos

    ... to about 300 meters with tour buses arriving. Lunch at the Hackescher market, we enjoyed a street musician about 12years old, playing the saxophone like a seasoned old performer. Simply great! We took a canal boat trip where two university students gave a live commentary of the highlights of Berlin (as seen from the water). We walked back via a number of churches and the Television tower. The weather was nice and a lot of people ...

    On to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by judencharlie on May 29, 2014

    4 photos

    ... there is some construction happening. Later we think we have established Berlin is creating an underground subway. As well, there are coloured pipes everywhere. Surely this is not normal? We later came to learn that Berlin is built on a swamp and as soon as there is any construction of any sort, the foundations flood and they have to pump it out. Hence, all the pipes through the city with the enormous volume of construction underway. It's quite cold, but ...