Jetpak City Hostel

Address: Pariserstrasse 58, Berlin, 10719, Germany | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf area of Berlin, is near Story of Berlin, Cafe Wintergarten in Literaturhaus Berlin, Kathe Kollwitz Museum, and La Vie en Rose.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Meine Mutter besucht Berlin: Week 5

A travel blog entry by michaelrab09 on May 11, 2013

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... for 4 days and it couldn't have been timed more perfectly - I was starting to miss San Diego and dare I say, being with my family.

This was also the weekend that I was able to catch up on some of the touristy things in Berlin that every traveller to Berlin needs to do (such as the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag). Luckily, I had left ...

Heart of Mould

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Oct 31, 2012

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... though that they definitely raped and pillaged many, burnt villages and drank copious amounts of wine. A race to the train station with out bags and massive horn and onto the train to Berlin. I'm not sure why but I'm feeling a bit nervous. I mean we are going to Germany!! Not lovely, happiest place on earth Scandinavian countries... The real deal... Nitty and gritty with a far more recent and ugly past. Plus where in Germany could ...

Hopping through Berlin

A travel blog entry by krolf on Jul 19, 2012

... so sleek and modern due to the destruction it sustained during world war two. How much damage did it take you ask? Try ~70% of it. Unlike a great deal of Europe, Berlin was hit the hardest due to being the home front of the German forces during the late 30’s and early 40’s. Bombs are rather indiscriminate when it comes to destruction, so in addition to military targets, several civilian buildings and landmarks also sustained damage (if not total annihilation).

Our ...