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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... side the border but it seems the highest are well inside Slovakia. There are some ski resorts in Poland in this area that at this time of year are popular with hikers as mentioned above. Then it was the Czech border and we crossed into the Czech Repulic near the city of HHradec Kralove and drove towards Prague. D made a visit to the dentist in Prague and we spent a few days driving around the country, it was fairly chilly and raining much of the time. The ...
... my mistakes because I decided that I could walk back to my hostel as it wasn’t as far, but I was wrong... it took another 45 minutes! The East Side Gallery has a huge variety of artworks some with strong messages about the past, others seeming to be more for pleasure and viewing (although I feel that if I have learnt one thing from going to numerous art museums about art is that there is always some sort of meaning not matter how plain the picture). I think after ...
... they had just forced all crucifixes
to be removed from all the churches.
Then we rode to what is now a university, but was a library. In 1933, Hitler
demanded all books by Jewish/Communist/anyone not in line with the Nazi party way of thinking
be burnt. Around 20,000 books just from this library alone were burnt. There is
an underground memorial of empty bookcases to represent lost knowledge just
outside the building.
... I'd see those. I think I drooled :p. There were great Islamic and Grecian artifacts as well. Funny thing is a lot of the Grecian artifacts are replicas of those from the British Museum :p. Then we trekked back to the wall and trekked and trekked and trekked (about 1.5 miles)! My feet may have went numb...and I'm surprised they just haven't turned into hooves yet :p. All of this walking I think I'm going to come back home half centaur! So we walked the length of ...
... a bus was in place of it. We couldn't find the bus stop the guy told us, so we gave up and decided we'd attempt to walk - how far could it really be haha!! Before we headed on our way we came across another shop, bought a couple more things...then headed towards our hotel. We totally underestimated the distance to the hotel - all up we walked 11km today, and our feet were killing us again! Suckers for punishment I guess :-). But the one good thing, was we did come across a cool ...