JGH Berlin

Antwerpener Strasse 40, Berlin, 13353, Germany | 1 star hostel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

A little town called Dresden

A travel blog entry by rachbritton


... donations sourced globally, reconstruction of the grand building that once stood began in 1994, and was unveiled completed in 2005.

The spire cross on top of the church was sponsoredy by the British, and the royal family, and it was crafted by the song of one of the pilots who bombed Dresden. It symbols peace, and reconciliation between the two countries. I believe there may be something symbolic from Dresden with the British people as ...

Hey Honey, It Was Paradise

A travel blog entry by roxyhart

... I tried to laugh at appropriate moments and nod knowingly on occasion to cover up for the fact that at most I only ever understood the basic topic of each piece. And also b) both during the break and after the slam, ie. general socialising and friend-making time, I was too conscious of the fact that in doing so, I would have to explain how poor my German is and why I spent the last 2 hours listening and pretending to appreciate poetry I didn't in any ...

Nuremberg & Berlin: Nazi’s & the Future is N

A travel blog entry by travellingross


... the famous podium where Hitler stood out-front watching his troops and Hitler Youth parade. Surreal to have seen this and stand in a place where one man shaped our history and manipulated a nation into believing that a war of domination & genocide was the best path forward. With thought provoking images and texts imprinted in my brain, we commenced the drive to Berlin along the autobahn’s that have no speed limits and everyone goes a minimum 130 km. Anything less than 150 ...

Berlin Day One

A travel blog entry by cervasquez


There is a lot of history in Berlin, and there is so much to see. On the first day we went to see the Shell-Haus that was designed by Emil Fahrenkamp. It took two years to construct and it was open in 1932. What I found interesting was the waveform, which goes down a level as I walked along the edge of the building.

We ...

Busy In Berlin

A travel blog entry by onourway


... to Go in Hackescher Markt, but it's just one of probably thousands of places that serve up "the original!", "the best!" or "#1!" currywurst in the city. At the grocery store we were very pleasantly surprised by the more reasonable prices for our picnic meals. Germany has caused a much appreciated sticker shock after the Nordic leg of our trip. Our picnics are more nutritious here.

Today we visited Topography of Terror, ...


This 1 star hostel, located in the Wedding area of Berlin, is near Hamburger Bahnhof, Plötzensee Memorial, Brecht Weigel Museum, and Zucker Museum.
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