Jugendgaestehaus Lichterfelde

Osdorfer Str. 121, Berlin, 12207, Germany | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by jpowel


I was really excited about going to Germany with an actual German. It will be nice to finally travel around with someone who is fluent in the local language.

When first arriving we walked around and explored the city. We saw some sights like the Brandenborg Tor, the TV Tower, and the Berliner Dom. We decided we should take a bus tour for …

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013


... checkpoint Charlie around 11.30. So was not to bad. Cup of coffee at a German cafe was very nice. Double machiatto...... Mmmm! The checkpoint charlie museum was interesting? Lots of room and lots to read. On the way to another German restaurant for lunch. It has just started to rain. BJ Berlin is so much nicer than Shanghai. We went into a shop earlier and I was watching the stall holder anxiously, waiting for her to yell at us! There is so much history and culture in Berlin: the ...

Cruise is over. Off to Berlin.

A travel blog entry by bridget6


... lunch, and sitting down would have wasted too much time. We came across a canoeing competition in a canal up the centre of a street, with music, stalls, TV cameras, food etc, so had coffee and kuchen so we could eat on the move.

Saw Nikolai Kirche church, very much like St Paul's Cathedral, and the Brandenburg Gate (the smaller Potsdam version). Our final tour was to the Cecilienhof Schloss, the site of the signing of the Potsdam agreement ...


A travel blog entry by leahclay

... Memorial, the Memorial for the Victims of War and Tyranny, and the Berlin Cathedral (where we got to FINALLY hear the giant organ - the largest organ ever built in the romantic era and still one of the biggest in the world).

Berlin was sweet, but we definitely needed more time here. We originally planned for 2 full days, but when we got to Dresden, decided to stay the extra night there. It didn't dawn on us that Berlin was huge and had tons of stuff to ...

Back into Germany for a trip to the Capital

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella


... the Pergamon Museum was one of the highlights our visit. Inside you can see of course the staggering frieze of the Pergamon Altar, brought to Germany by archaeologists in late 19th century. There are also so many other interesting things, such as the gate of Babylon, a great section on Islamic art throughout the ages, and perspectives into the lives of ancient peoples. One display discusses the burial of ...


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