Hostel Die Etage
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Die Etage Berlin
I don't like walking in the cold, but I did when searching for this hostel's address. Located at the end of Katherine street, very close to two groceries, one of them is even in the same building. Staffs were friendly, common room was decent, but showers and toilets were bad, I think they need to hire more staff for doing cleaning. It's a good choice when you're saving money, otherwise you can spend more of your euros and stay in the better one.
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... of this celebration of the fall of the Berlin wall, which in the end I saw from the back, on the other side of Brandenburger Tor. I hope the irony was not lost on the police officers on the scene that on the anniversary of that fateful evening they were standing on the roads between West and East, behind barricades, turning away people hoping to cross from one side to the other.
Even though I did not catch the musical performances, I’m glad ...
... was the wall of photos dedicated to the popular pastime of nude sunbathing.
Yep, the good Socialists of the DDR apparently loved nothing more than to doff their clothes and frolic on their beaches in their birthday suits! This was not looked on with pleasure by the government, as you might imagine, but they couldn't do much about it. Four out of five citizens were active participants in Freikörperkultur (Free Body Culture) and even fewer ...
... Germany by the 1,000's.
A few days later we drove up the various Autobahns making a visit to Berlin!
So that was then. Here we are again 25 years later in Berlin ......with our girls.
We arrived by Air Berlin and it was 35 degrees.
Arrived at our lovely large Apartment, dropped off our gear and got straight into the sightseeing.
We are only a few steps from the Underground and bus stops so with all these forms of transport ...
... would sit...until I realized a giant sculpture was blocking my whole view. Oops. I wandered around for another few minutes, finally recognizing one of the guys I was supposed to me meeting. They all seemed surprised to see me, and I happily set up camp on against a wall with all of them, right behind the piano.
After about half hour of waiting, a man came out and began to play the viola, being joined by a pianist shortly after. I laid down, closed my eyes, ...
... very blessed to be in Europe, to be able to have this amazing experience, see so many places! Plenty of more travel plans in the future! And to learn so much!! I can't wait to come back and share our experiences with our family, friends, teachers d students, Loving the skype chays, the joys of travelling in 2014, you can actually have video chats with your loved ones, share things on FB and even convert mum to FB! Hehe Take care and until Rome Rachel & Daniel ...