Hostel Die Etage East

Langhansstr 8, Berlin, 13086, Germany | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Berlin Beehive

A travel blog entry by cleanslate on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... a few blocks of other colours arranged in abstract designs
inset into the blue. With the bright morning sunlight coming in through the blocks, the effect of the room was incredibly peaceful and serene. The sculpture of Christ at the alter was quite unlike any I’d seen before, and so exactly right for this church. There was absolutely nothing else in the room, and my minimalist spirit was lifted by this amazing place.

At ...

I could live in Berlin

A travel blog entry by colleensouness on Feb 05, 2014

9 photos

Two things in Berlin's favour - it's slightly warmer than Prague at the moment (say, it's 5-ish deg today) and it's more diverse (read: rough around the edges) than Munich.

  • We're staying in a hostel in the 'east side'; our last hostel before couchsurfing again through Poland and Hungary. In contrast to Munich, Berlin is very artsy, alternative, and much less money floating round - a legacy of ...


A travel blog entry by yannellys389 on Jul 23, 2013

8 photos

... where Michael Jackson stayed and held his baby over the balcony. Stephanie's old roommate told me about it the last time I was in Berlin. We then walked all the way to the famous Check Point Charlie. Parts of the Berlin wall are displayed there with some pretty cool art.
That was our tourist walk of the day. Out feet were aching after out walk. We took the metro and the Bahn to Hackescher Markt, where we sat and had an early dinner. We walked around afterwords ...

Last week in Berlin

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Jul 07, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... br> Sunday morning I went to wash the car as it was so sticky being parked under trees all the time. Fran and Pam went on a boat cruise along the Spree. Later we went with Pam back to the airport to drop her off and then we went for a farewell dinner at Chris and Kathrin's place as we were leaving Berlin Monday morning. The next time we will see Florence and her parents will be Down Under in January 14. ...


A travel blog entry by ematravels on Jun 23, 2013

13 photos

... city centre, I quickly became aware of how big this city is. The scale of Berlin is like no other city I ever visited. The wide open avenues, the gigantic government buildings, the huge squares that take almost five minutes to cross…and still so much open space, with no buildings, or with buildings apparently abandoned.

Gladly I had started my walk not too late in the morning, when the sun was tolerable, as by lunch time the whole city had turned into ...