Berlin Boutique Hostel

Address: Gneisenaustrasse 109-110, Berlin, 10961, Germany | Inn
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This inn, located in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg area of Berlin, is near Jewish Museum, Kreuzberg, Ramones Museum Berlin, and Schwules Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 14 - Berlin Via Posnan

A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 26, 2014

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... border. For that reason, I left my camera on the bus. We left our bus and walked towards the town square, where we saw a number of police arriving and putting on riot gear.

Turns out there was a neo-nazi group, who had set up a table and banners for a small rally, with what looked like a half a dozen members. This, apparently, did not sit well with the locals, who were confronting them as the ...

Day 8: Berlin

A travel blog entry by issycarey on Jun 27, 2014

... end, it was just the teachers trying to teach them a lesson. They were so relieved but still very on edge about what had happened. Later, we boarded a train going to Potsdam, an outer suburb of Berlin. Here, we had a walking tour guided by this really cute elderly lady! It was a really interesting tour and I really enjoyed the history of the town. By this time it was about 1:30pm and we were back ...

Berlin Day Five - Wansee Conference & Stasi Mu

A travel blog entry by lafite on Apr 09, 2014

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... part of Berlin. This was an area in East Berlin that used to be under the control of the Soviets. It was run by the Stasi - who were the communist secret police and they ran this place as a prison where they would lock up and interrogate people who they thought were spies or enemies of the soviet state. In this prison they would also hold trials, where just about everyone was found guilty, and then carry out sentencing people either to 20 years hard labour in Siberia ...

Hallo from Germany

A travel blog entry by swaplatitudes on Oct 17, 2013

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... Visit the free sights first. There are SO many places to see in Berlin that don't cost a thing. Some of our favorites included: Otto Weidt Blindenwerkstat Museum, The Brandenburg Gate, Berlin Wall and Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.

  • Find Mustafa's in the Kreuzberg district. The line is long, give or take an hour, but the kebabs are so worth the wait. Plus at 2,90 Euro a pop, ...

Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate

A travel blog entry by kimokini_travel on Sep 26, 2013

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... This one had a live commentator. He spoke in English and German, but it was really hard to tell which one he was speaking when. We jumped off at the Brandenburg gate and never returned. He did, however, warn us, that the Berlin marathon is Sunday and they're expecting thousands of people.

The Brandenburg Gate is impressive and it sits on a square with the French Embassy on one side and the American Embassy on the other. Around the corner is the Memorial to the Murdered Jews ...