Jugendgaestehaus Nordufer

Nordufer 28, Berlin, 13351, Germany | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... of the Cold War. Built by the goverment of the DDR to prevent East Germans from escaping to the West, most of the Berlin Wall has been demolished since the border between East and West Berlin opened in 1989. Berlin after the war After the second world war, defeated Germany was divided up into 4 parts: an American, British, French and Soviet occupation zone. Berlin was also divided into 4 sectors. In 1948, the Soviet authorities tried to annex the whole city and started a blockade ...

Day 30-34 - History lessons and Berlin Underbelly

A travel blog entry by abs08


... to come back another day I think – especially after I walked part of the Berlin marathon route, I’m itching to be part of the glorious race one day. Acquiring tickets for my next destination – Vienna, which I had decided upon speaking to the hostel staff who convinced me to head towards Budapest through Vienna and Bratislava – was another mission that took the best part of the day. After several S-bahn and U-bahn trips to get ticket prices for ...

Berlin Weekend

A travel blog entry by robchurch


... soon told us that we stood beside the exact spot where Hitler’s body was burned. We stood directly over his underground anti-air raid bunker, where he lived for the last few months of his life. This bunker was designed to protect him from Allied air attacks, and featured two meters (almost seven feet!) of reinforced concrete. Not only did this concrete form the ceiling, Hitler, being as paranoid as he was, had the concrete lay the foundation of the bunker as he ...

Some like it hot - we don't!

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... still attributed to Obama's visit. We deliberate what else to visit. Enquiries with the local constabulary indicated that any attempt to see something in the city centre today would not be possible, as many streets are closed, as are some train routes. We decide head towards the other end of town and make our way via the underground to the "Fernsehturm". This tower is over 350 metres high and we reach the viewing platform in around ...

Berlin, we meet at last

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


... lot more crowded! The Gate has stood there since 1730 but was completely rebuilt sometime during the 19th century. During WWII the Nazi's used it as a symbol of their party, maybe because of the statue on top of the Gate - the Quadriga, four horses pulling a chariot containing the Roman goddess of victory.

We found the nearest metro station and headed back to the hostel, stopping in at a supermarket on the way for some dinner. The evening was spent at the laundromat, where ...


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