Hana Hostel in Berlin City
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... indeed the wall and all about Hitler. Infact every evening when I scaled to my top bunk, I would spend a solid hour researching. The escape stories, what drove Hitler and the like. I googled it all. The city is still re-building and to see that, experience it and be apart of that really takes you in. 2. The monuments make you stop and think ...
We chose the
next destination from our Camperstop book on the basis it was
close(ish) to the centre of Berlin and for a city site seemed to be
The drive here
was a little more interesting than the previous drive but nothing
major to report, our SatNav, thought it would be best to drive
through the Center of Berlin which seemed to have traffic lights
... her tasks and setting, making us a map, list and explaining it on Google. We gratefully succumbed to her recommendations and left with a thorough itinerary for our evening ahead, wearing borrowed winter outfits, and only after being escorted to the station and a demonstration of the underground and associated ticketing. The public transport ran on an honor system, unlike our expected vision of authoritative cattle management.
We felt at home and relieved ...
On our way to Berlin, Ross, Matt and I had a stopover in Singapore. We really enjoyed the city, went on the Hop On Hop Off tour bus, as you knew I would, and it gave us a good look around. We had a drink stop at the Raffles Hotel, a very impressive building, and then a visit to the Gardens by the Bay. Amazing structures, 2 huge conservatories, one with a huge forest in it with a waterfall and the other filled with flowers and ...
... little later on carrying our Ka De Wa bags! We spent a total of 5.80 Euro!
Meanwhile Murray was at the Technical Museum and it cost him 6Euros to get in. Who would have ever thought that the morning would turn out so financially viable for the girls!!! Go Girls!!
Tomorrow we are going to catch our first Polish Train so we are really looking forward to the experience (we think) so stay tuned for the next ...