Singer109 Backpacker Apartment Hostel
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I have too much time on my hands.
Needless to say I left them there. That night we were going on a pub crawl and I was so tired I almost opted out. I am glad I didn't though; turned out to be a fun night- surprisingly. We all had white shirts and we signed them with stupid stuff. Our group also met a couple of guys from Slovenia. This is where my insular moment comes in-I am embarrassed to say that I didn't really know it was a country. I had ...
Saturday was a very eventful day. We finally arrives in Berlin yayyy!!! But when we got to the hostel not everyone had their room keys, so there was a bit of waiting. Only to find out that Emily and I and our 2 French roommates couldn't get our room until 6pm. It was funny though because when Emily and I had to give our birthdays to check in or whatever the reason we told the French girls we were twins (but ...
Our first stop in Germany was Berlin. Our first easy jet flight was a success with absolutely no problems. The only down side of this flight was that we landed at 11.00pm and the last train into the city was at 11.25pm. If we missed the train it would be a 50 euro taxi ride. Thank goodness for no customs and our luggage being some of the first to be unloaded we made it onto the train with just a few seconds to spare ...
... for it - so much so that I was leading the pack for some of the tour!! Anyway the Segways were really terrific but the tour was also great. We visited the main university of Berlin and the square where the nazis burned all of the books from the library which were written by Jews or people they didn't believe were worthy. We then visited the Reichstag which is the German parliamentary building and checkpoint Charlie which was the border crossing between ...
... number of people going through the store. By 1996, with a further floor and restaurant added, the sales area had expanded to 60,000 sq-m. In 1994, the KarstadtQuelle AG corporation acquired Hertie and with it KaDeWe. Most of the floors were renovated between 2004 and 2007 in preparation for the store's one hundredth anniversary. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaufhaus_d es_Westens The place was enormous and packed full of people! We decided that we really only wanted to visit the ...