SleepCheapHostel

Spandauer Damm 101, Berlin, 14059, Germany

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    Contributed to a GREAT Berlin experience

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    The SleepCheapHostel is amazing. My friends and I were moving from Prague to Berlin and we booked the room one day prior to our arrival. We found a place on last notice and as there were 4 of us, we got a mini-apartment to ourselves for 20 euros per night, while you can stay feven less if you're just looking for a bed. Plus, the location is so convenient. I admit it wasn't anywhere near the city-centre, but we had a s-bahn station right outside our door. The hostel is family run and the owners and staff are so friendly. We felt at home straight away and they never denied us a smile or a good word. The hostel buzzes with young and colourful people of all sorts. It has computers, WIFI acess, clean toilets and showers and a happy atmoshpere. It's affordable, close to the city and awesome overall.

    Unique Quality: I think what I've liked the most about this hostel is the garden and the small bistro-cafe adjacent to the hostel where you can get a full breakfast for 3,50 (doughnuts and cafe au lait for the win!) while the hostel mascotte, Senator, a beautiful cocker spaniel, keeps you company. I also enjoyed the fact that the deco is colourful and the managers are just the best guys in the world.

    Directions: The hostel is situated in the Charlottenburg district.

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Star Trek in English on May 9th/10th

by t_maia

Hello,

Is there a cinema in Berlin that is showing Star Trek (Origial Version, OV) on May 9th or May 10th? In English please?

I will be in Berlin on the weekend of May 9th/May 10th and I want to see the new Star Trek movie in English.

I tried to look online, but all I found was that the CineStar Sony Center has 3 previews on Wednesday, May 6th. No hints of the program for the weekend.

Thanks.

Re: Star Trek in English on May 9th/10th

by MvomO

Cinema programmes in Germany almost always run from Thursday until Wednesday, with the new cinema week usually being scheduled on Mondays. Thus, you should be able to find the schedules for the upcoming weekend in a few hours, in the worst case tomorrow. You may make reservations then, too.

See http://www.berlinien.de/kino/film_star_trek_2009.html for a complete list, screenings labeled "(OV)" are in English.

Re: Star Trek in English on May 9th/10th

by abalada

http://www.cinestar.de/de/kinos-lokal/berlin-cinestar-original-im-sony-center/filme-events/programm-tickets/?day=1241906400&end=1241992740#programm

You have to try better ;-)

Sa. 9. May 14:00 15:00 17:00 18:00 20:00 21:00 22:55
So. 10. May 14:00 15:00 17:00 18:00 20:00 21:00 22:55

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Gendarmenmarkt ~ the dome

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The Deutscher Dom or German Cathedral is the most southern building at the square.. The pentagonal structure was designed by Martin Grünberg and built in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti and modified in 1785 after a design by Carl von Gontard, who added the domed tower. The Deutscher Dom was completely destroyed by fire in 1945. It was not t rebuilt until 1993 and reopened in 1996 as a museum with exhibits on German history.

Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

by Bernhadette

The museum Berlin-Karlshorst focuses on the Second World War and its impact for both the Russian and German participants. It shows how soldiers and civilians shared the experience of suffering, loss and death after the German agression against the Sovient Union in 1941.
Even though situated a bit off the beaten path in Berlin-Karlshorst (Treptow-Köpenick), it's definitely worth while a visit. Besides the permanent and contemporary exhibitions, there is an event in the commemoration of the end of World War II. each May 8th.

Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst
Zwieseler Straße 4 (Ecke Rheinsteinstraße)
D-10318 Berlin
(S-Bahn station "Berlin-Karlshorst" and a 15 min. walk)

Tel.: 0049-30-501 508-10 or 0049-30-508 832-9
Fax: 0049-30-501 508 40

Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m. - 6.pm.
free entrance

Map:
www.berlin.de/stadtplan/map.asp?sid=1cc8f7128dc4c59c863c2991cd1ed623&start.x=5&plz=10318&str=Zwieseler+Strasse+4&start=Finden

Brazil in Berlin ?

by matcrazy1

I found this metal and large sculpture by Alexander Calder in front of New National Gallery (Neue Nationalgalerie). Calder was an American artist (1898 - 1976) who invented the mobile - a type of kinetic sculpture which consists of a number of rods, from which weighted objects or further rods hang.

This composition looked similar to monumental sculpture in the capitol of Brazil that is city of Brasilia located in the middle of Amazon jungle. I mean the impressive iron statue of two people in the Square Of The Three Powers created in honour of the MEN who worked in the construction of Brasilia. Am I wrong?

Classical Music Played at Nightclubs

by Turtleshell about Yellow Lounge

Live acts and/or DJs play classical music at various nightclubs. This the main idea of Yellow Lounge.
Yellow Lounge is also a selection of recordings distributed by a major classical label.

One could wonder if playing classic music at clubs really "works" or if DJs are really keen on playing Fauré or Beethoven. But, yes, it does work.

So far, among a lot of other artists, you could see French master pianist Helene Grimaud soloing, or Claudio Abbado's Mahler Chamber Orchestra - live at small nightclubs, and all at a bargain for 5 Euro.
Mike Oldfield introduced his new classical piece (albeit it wasn't played live), and Rufus Wainwright recorded a compilation album for Yellow Lounge.
Various DJs, usually more familiar with electronic music, were happy to contribute.

Since dates and locations are changing, you need to check Yellow Lounge's website for upcoming events. None!

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