Pangea People Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPangea People Hostel Berlin
So far, about as good as a hostel experience can get. Clean rooms, nice beds, central location, and cheap rates, with a bar to boot. At this moment, the only issue may be the WiFi, but changing to the bars location fixed that.
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... at the Victory Monument, Hitler's secret bunker, the Brandenburg Gate and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Our guide gave us loads of information at each site; this city really is rich with history. I wish I'd had come here a few years ago when I was studying Nazi Germany at school. After the tour we went back to find out more. The Topography of Terror provided an interesting but sobering insight into the activities of the Gestapo. We finished the ...
Up early (7:45) in Coburg at this lovely hotel. Down to breakfast, which was included in the price to what was nothing short of a feast for breakfast. They had everything hot and cold you could think of, including liverwurst. Sandy turned her nose up at it...I love liverwurst! Lady asked if we wanted cold or warm milk. They like it warm over here. Seems odd. But I asked Sandy. We don't think it's odd having hot chocolate, but warm milk is strange ...
... on. A waiter came up to him and patted his pockets, when Johno checked, his phone was gone. Lucky for him the waiter went back and talked to the prostitutes and got him his phone back. Lucky Johno. We had a good sleep in the next day but as our room had no air conditioning we woke up pretty rough. We forced ourselves up and Jules and I went to check out the largest remaining section of the East Berlin Wall while Johno went to get a haircut and buy a few things. We were quite ...
... Gate is to the south.
In 1999, the museum complex was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Northern half of an island in the Spree river in the central Mitte district. Museum island has 5 internationally significant ...
... first and only stop was Dresden. Dresden is a town just inside Germany that was almost completely destroyed during WWII. They have rebuilt the town to match the old buildings. Due to communism some of the buildings were left in ruin for many years and some were only finished in the early 2000s. It was a very beautiful city. It was so windy; we got blown up the street.
After Dresden, Kez gave us our Germany lesson. Germany has a good ...