JGH Berlin

Antwerpener Strasse 40, Berlin, 13353, Germany | 1 star hostel
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Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... work as the artistic director for the National Conservatory of Music in New York for $15,000 (nearly 25 times what he was earning in Prague). His first performance was given in Carnegie Hall (the premiere of Te Deum). Dvorak’s New World Symphony was written in America. On May 1, 1904, Dvorak died of illness. Selected Works by Dvorak: Symphony Symphony No. 1, c minor - 1865 Symphony No. 2, B flat Major - 1865 Symphony No. 3, E flat Major - 1873 Symphony No. 4, d minor - 1874 ...

More Walking

A travel blog entry by bridget6


... on in Berlin. Had a coffee in the rooftop restaurant - only coffee as that cost 11 euros!

When we came down we visited Hauptbanhof Station to buy our two day rail pass. The station was huge, an enormous shopping centre on several floors and it took a while to find where you could buy a rail ticket. While there we also purchased half price tickets for a show tonight at the Friedrichstadt Palast.

Walked to Schloss Bellevue, the ...


A travel blog entry by leahclay

Day 1

We tried to leave with enough time to make it to the RV site and then boot down to the city centre for a free walking tour, but traffic and reservation error (Leah put in wrong dates) made us miss it. So we walked around town aimlessly trying to figure out what to do. It's not like all the small cities we've been visiting where you can just walk a block and see something - well OK it is, but on a much bigger scale! So we found an information centre at ...

A-maze-ing Railway network

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... to the local underground that will take us in the direction of our hotel. After trying various passage ways, seeking help from coffee vendors, going up lifts and then down again and studying ticketing machines, we realise our error lies in the assumption that the main railway station is linked to the underground system - well it's not! The trains running past us overhead on the third level of the hall are actually part of the city's S-bahn network that will link us ...

Completing the Puzzle in Berlin

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren


... But it was the Berlin Wall that really started to complete the puzzle of the Iron Curtain for us. We started the tour at the Brandenburg Gate which was on the East Berlin side of the wall. We then saw segments of the wall that still stand, and heard stories of East Germans trying to escape over the wall. To do this they would have to face barbed wire, razor wire, and soviet guards in the death strip before they reached the wall, which they had to try climb over, and ...


This 1 star hostel, located in the Wedding area of Berlin, is near Museum for the Present (Museum fur Gegenwart), Plötzensee Memorial, Brecht Weigel Museum, and Zucker Museum.
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