Metropol Hostel Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the way, was very powerful. It is over a block large and was designed by an American artist. We actually began the tour at the Jewish synagogue. The street in front is always patrolled by German police as per the law. At the start of WWII, Berlin was home to over 130,000 Jews. Along the way, our guide pointed out the Stolperstein, or Stumbling stones. You can find these throughout Germany and they are small brass squares which are laid typically in front of ...
... that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
Ok, now that I've gotten the dark and twisty over with, who wants to hear about currywurst and Dirty Dancing!?
My second day in Berlin got off to a much brighter beginning. To dispel my feelings of homesickness, I sought out the most comforting thing I could think of, and found it in the lovely neighborhood of Prenslauer Berg. It was Canadian pancakes made with Canadian bacon, woohooo! With every bite I ...
... up. I was early to breakfast around 7.15 and could take my time this morning and enjoy it. The lifts were also all working this morning. Bacon eggs and raspberry jam on toast. After breakfast down to the lobby to see if I can get on the wifi to upload the blog. Today is a wifi free day for the kids, no internet access. They broke the internet in the hotel a do guests can get on. I have 30-40 photos on each day on the blog but am having difficulty getting enough bandwidth to upload ...
... and sickening experience. The associated atrocities are unfathomable. The barracks were bad enough but the pathology building, infirmary and cellar mortuary were positively terrifying. We were glad to leave but left with a greater understanding of the Holocaust. We returned to our hostel and, following dinner, drank white wine and passion fruit cocktails called Kalte Muschi (translates to cold pussy) which cost us less than one euro a pop. ...
... in the States, but I truly don’t have a problem with it. There is no reason that they shouldn’t be allowed to check, and if they’re going to do it, at least do it right.
We passed through security and made it to the terminal where I proceeded to check the departure board for our gate. Another one of those European quirks came out, as these budget airlines apparently don’t release their departure gates until approximately half an ...