Inn-Berlin

Address: Prinzenallee 49, Berlin, 13359, Germany | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located in the Mitte area of Berlin, is near Insider Tours, Berlin Underground Association, KulturBrauerei, and Brecht Weigel Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Berlin

    Off to Market

    A travel blog entry by samituret on Jul 05, 2015

    12 photos

    ... that, we spent the next three hours trying to figure out how to use public transit and switched from tram to bus to train to underground and back again trying to get to the famous flea market at Mauerpark that they only have on Sunday's, which we were lucky enough to be in town for, and unlucky enough to experience on a day that was almost 100 degrees Fahrenheit. We finally made it there, and it was absolutely fantastic. They had all sorts of things for sale: posters, ...

    Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie

    A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 13, 2014

    13 photos

    ... this episode of our travels I'm going to ask your indulgence in my self-absorption once again. Although I have not said it in this series of travelogues, in the six or eight previous ones I made the point that these are only written for you in a secondary context, they are mainly for my kids and their kids and so on down the line to give them some record of what their grands were up to during their lives.
    With that caveat, I’m going to pick up a thread I dropped ...

    Winding Down Berlin with Familiar Faces

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 22, 2014

    27 photos

    ... part of the tour was when he took us to a squat. A squat is a name for an abandoned area where people take the space and often set up their own homes. Some of the homes are sheltered and some people simply set up tents. Others actually build a house. As it turns out, our guide lives in this squat. It's not because he is homeless or couldn't afford rent elsewhere - he just liked the area, the people, and would rather save his money for travel than pay ...

    Back to Normal

    A travel blog entry by budz888 on Jun 19, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... gathering - if you could coax them away from English.

    It was pleasant enough though I had to complain about how loud the music was a couple of times. The organisers seemed pretty sympathetic to my whining but I think they themselves were victims of the cosmopolitan venue - i.e. an extremely loud Dj is de rigueur no matter how inappropriate. The worst is that the Djs themselves are completely oblivious to the fact that people ...

    Prague continued and big Berlin

    A travel blog entry by jessgurn on Jun 06, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... of them dancing, drinking and laughing. It was a fun night and I was in bed by the very reasonable hour of 3am. Having now seen all the main sights of Prague that were of interest to me I used the next day to relax, take it easy, eat some good food (read that as more doughnut/pastry treats) and decide on my next destination. I decided that Berlin would be next and made my plans and even went to sleep at a reasonable hour. For my last morning in Prague I had a big filling breakfast ...