Jugendherberge Berlin - Am Wannsee

Badeweg 1, Berlin, 14129, Germany | Hostel
Prices starting from $16.00

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A travel blog entry by tvandeve


We travelled almost 3 hours by bus to get to Berlin from the port at Warnemunde. Berlin was bombed so heavily during the war that most buildings are relatively new. We visited a bombed out church that will never be rebuilt and the ultra modern church beside it. Berliners have nicknamed the old church the broken ...

Hey Honey, It Was Paradise

A travel blog entry by roxyhart

... They were Estonian, he mentioned he knew Australia quite well cause he'd spent a few years working here. No big deal, most Estonians have. Next thing we know, his stories include working on an undercover marijuana farm in Perth; winning a combi van in a poker game in Adelaide and driving it to Sydney, along which trip it overheated and had to be abandoned to instead hitchhike the last 300km; spending 3 months sleeping on the streets and beaches due to a tax ...

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

A travel blog entry by travellingross


... trip in April 2013. During the tour of Pergamon (a city on a big hill that was conquered by Alexander the Great and the Romans turned it into a very wealthy place) the guide pointed out a spot where the Pergamon Altar stood as a temple to Zeus. It was vacant land. He then said that the Altar was relocated in the early 1900’s to a Berlin Museum. I was fascinated by this and Google imaged it when I got back to the hotel following that tour and was very impressed by such an ...

Day 14: annoying morning, Museums

A travel blog entry by sarah_rossie

... of Germany from its existence till now. I was there for 3hrs and I didn't get to finish! One interesting fact was the massive inflation after WW1. A loaf of bread was 62000 marks in 1919, by 1923 it was 600 billion. So they kept on printing more money so by the end the biggest note was 1 trillion marks. Money was worthless so ppl literally burned it to keep warm. The inflation was so bad that if you were paid daily by the end ...

Museum and shopping

A travel blog entry by maortizperez


... had forgotten and that seemed weird again in the subway system is that there are no barriers or doors. When you buy a ticket you are supposed to check it at a little column, but there is no door preventing you to wanted the subway without a ticket. I am guessing the fine is pretty bad I they catch without a ticket, but still, isn't pretty extraordinary that the authorities trust that everyone will pay? Closed the day with ...


This hostel, located in the Steglitz-Zehlendorf area of Berlin, is near Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz, Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), and Schlachtensee.
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