Hostel am Friedrichshain

Address: Hufelandstr. 38, Berlin, 10407, Germany | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Pankow area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Alexanderplatz, Prenzlauer Berg, and KulturBrauerei.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Discovering History in Berlin

A travel blog entry by suepeter on Aug 06, 2015

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... station.
We throughly enjoyed exploring the Berlin Wall sites and learning all about the war and what happened after the war here in Berlin. There are over 120 different memorial sites in the city. We managed to see a few of the memorials and find some other small and unusual museums to visit. It was very interesting to go ...


A travel blog entry by katie.jefferson on Aug 15, 2014

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... we rushed around a bit getting ready and then made our way to the nearby U-Bahn stop (Spittelmarkt) to get to Alexanderplatz where our bike tour was leaving from at 10. Unfortunately the ticket machine wouldn't take our 20 euro note or our credit card, so we gave up and tried at a nearby bus-stop, where a bus thankfully came by fairly promptly. The bus driver DID take our 20 euro note, and we got day passes and made it to Alexanderplatz with it's TV Tower in good time. We even ...

The Aftermath Makes a Difference

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons on Jul 16, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... cities did - yet Berlin's role was exceptional. Munich may have been the party's birthplace, Nuremberg may have been its endorsement, but Berlin was its capitol. It was the true home of the Nazi party. All of the symbols of Berlin, such as the Brandenburg Gate, the Reichstag, and various concert halls, museums, and colleges, were now also symbols of National Socialism. Because National Socialism had sunk its roots throughout the world, ...


A travel blog entry by jdobson on Jul 02, 2014

4 comments, 9 photos

... wall came down on 9th November, 1990 ( i think), Berlin started to heal and from the rubble of the old East Berlin a new and vibrant city has emerged. This is a lovely city with green parks, walking spaces, old and new architecture merged together and much history on show. The Longest shopping street in Berlin Ancient 12century church ruins The Bookless ...

Potsdam Palaces

A travel blog entry by dmatten on Mar 09, 2014

I woke up early and realized that my phone's clock had changed due to daylight savings time. Germany doesn't change their clocks until March 30th so I switched it back. After going through my morning routine I headed to the bunker tour that Jody had booked for me. I grabbed a quick breakfast across the street from the museum before walking in the door. I get to the front and apparently the tour Jody had booked me on was for German speakers. They rebooked me for an English tour half an ...