X HOSTEL VARNA, BULGARIA

Tired of the usual holiday? Come and meet new friends, have fun, party hard and never get bored, or relax in our unique rest & relaxation garden ant then chill in our mini-pool with a cold drink….

FREE:

– BREAKFAST
– INTERNET & WiFi
– 24h HOT SHOWERS
– 24h RECEPTION & SECURITY
– SAFE
– BOOK EXCHANGE & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TO PLAY
– AIR MATTRESSES and OUTDOOR GAMES TO TAKE TO THE BEACH
– HUGE FULLY EQUIPPED GUEST KITCHEN

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES:

– SHOOTING RANGE,
– BOAT TRIPS
– 24Hh NATURAL HOT SPRINGS
– BUNGEE JUMPING
– HORSE RIDING
– GO KARTING
– PAINTBALL
TOURS OF ANY AREA OF BULGARIA YOU ARE INTERESTED IN!

EPIC PARTIES in Varna or Golden Sands:

– THEME NIGHTS WITH GAMES (poker, risk, trivial, drinking games, movies), CHEAP DRINKS AND FUN!!!

– FOAM PARTIES 😉

– PUB CRAWLS (Club crawls with 400 people…)

– BEACH BARS AND CLUBS

ALL THE REST IF YOU NEED MORE:

– FRIENDLY BACKPACKER ATMOSPHERE (hostel managed by experienced travellers)

– LAUNDRY SERVICE

– NARGHILE` (waterpipe) for evening and party time

– WE ARE THE CLOSEST HOSTEL TO GOLDEN SANDS PARTY RESORT!!!

– CLEAN, SAFE & FUN, this is why we are always among BEST RATED in VARNA. Come in with a smile and leave as a friend!

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Comfort Inn Fountain Hills, AZ

Welcome to our Comfort Inn, a Fountain Hills, Arizona hotel near the Mayo Clinic
The Comfort Inn® hotel is conveniently located just four miles from the Mayo Clinic Medical Center and 10 miles from the Mayo Clinic Hospital. We provide free shuttle service to both of these facilities and other nearby points of interest. Our Fountain Hills, AZ hotel is also close to the city of Scottsdale, beautiful Saguaro Lake, the Fort McDowell Casino and Fort McDowell Adventures, offering Wild West family fun with horseback riding, wagon rides, wienie roasts and much more.

Within minutes of our hotel you will find additional popular attractions such as:

TPC Scottsdale golf course, home of the annual FBR Open PGA tournament
WestWorld equestrian center, home of the annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show
Hohokam Stadium, spring training home of the MLB Chicago Cubs
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Event and auction
Arizona’s Salt River, perfect for relaxing while tubing downstream
Take advantage of the beautiful Arizona weather at one of several nearby golf courses, including Desert Canyon Golf Club, SunRidge Canyon Golf Club, Eagle Mountain Golf Club, FireRock Country Club and We-Ko-Pa Golf Club. Ask about our golf packages at these fine courses.

For world-class shopping and dining, nearby Kierland Commons features dozens of upscale shops, unique boutiques and a great variety of eateries and entertainment venues. For your convenience, a 24-hour Denny’s restaurant is located adjacent to our hotel.

The Comfort Inn hotel in Fountain Hills, AZ provides first-class customer service and many value-added amenities like:

Free deluxe continental breakfast
Free wireless high-speed Internet access
Free weekday USA Today
Outdoor pool & hot tub
Business center with fax & copy services


Sightseeing in Berlin-Our Top 20

How to spend a day in Berlin? EastSeven Berlin Hostel made a top 20 of popular sights.

Reichstag

Down below you find an overview of  some of the most beautiful and amazing sights in Berlin.  If you´re not sure jet how to spend your day in Berlin, just check out the top 20, with our recommendations on some of the coolest buildings, museums and parks Berlin has to offer! Some of the attractions are even for FREE!!!

For an in-depth look at all of these sights, and many more besides, join the Brewers Best of Berlin Day Tour. Brewers Berlin also offers a free sight seeing tour, which covers most of these sights. Tours also begin at our wonderful hostel.

OUR TOP 20:

  1. TV Tower – Built in 1969 as a symbol of East German socialism, this 368m tower, the largest structure in Germany, even has its own revolving café/restaurant. A trip to the top also offered a rare chance for East Germans to see what life on the other side of The Wall was really like.
  2. Reichstag – The German parliament building, re-opened in 1999 after the government and most of the ministries moved from Bonn to Berlin. British architect Lord Norman Foster redesigned this place, complete with a huge glass dome with public access, so you can watch the politicians at work.
  3. Brandenburg Gate – Every 10, 20 and 50 cent German Euro coin is minted with a picture of this big city gate on its reverse side. Stranded in a lonely no-mans land between 1961 and 89 thanks to the East German government, no other structure in Berlin better symbolises the temporary division of the city.
  4. Berliner Dom – Perhaps the most over-decorated protestant church in the world and once home to the Nazi partys Reich church. Bombed out during WW II, the Berlin Cathedral was restored to its current glory in 1993 – complete with a whopping great 7,200-pipe pipe organ.
  5. Jewish museum – German-Jewish relations have had their bad times, and surprisingly, although the exhibition names wouldnt give it away, their good times. Daniel Libeskind, the architect behind New Yorks Ground Zero memorial, designed this Museum.
  6. Museum Island – Surrounded on all sides by the River Spree, Museum Island is literally an island with museums on it, isnt that clever? It is not only home to some of the citys top class museums such as the Altes Museum and the Pergamon Museum, but also the Berliner Dom and the tranquil Lustgarten.
  7. Lustgarten – Dont be confused by the name, Berlins naked people are running around the citys 500acre Tiergarten just down the road. The Lustgarten started its life as a cabbage patch for the nearby city palace, later used as a military parade ground, now a grass garden.
  8. Holocaust Memorial – Berlins ultra-controversial memorial for the murdered Jews of Europe, 2,711 concrete blocks jutting off at offensive and suffocating angles. Co-incidentally only a stones throw away from the site of Adolf Hitlers former underground lair, the Führerbunker.
  9. Potsdamer Platz – This was the glitzy centre of Germanys debauched 1920s metropolis, and the site Europes first traffic light system. Smashed into rubble during WW II, its now home to Europes fastest elevator and a mass of steel and glass buildings said to represent the future of Berlin.
  10. Topography of Terror – Back in 1987 a group of students excavated, with little more than their bare hands, the cellars of Berlins former Gestapo and SS headquarters. The Topography of Terror is the fruit of their labour, an open-air exhibition documenting what happens when a totalitarian regime tortures its people to death for fun.
  11. Checkpoint Charlie – Berlins most famous crossing point between East and West and a lasting symbol of the citys fragile Cold War relations. Commemorated today by an ersatz replica of the original American checkpoint and two historically inaccurate pictures of Soviet and American soldiers.
  12. Gendarmenmarkt – Touted by many guidebooks as the prettiest square in Berlin, Gendarmenmarkt is famous for its two churches – one Protestant, one Catholic – each built opposite each other by the opposing religion. Not often that happens.
  13. DDR Museum – Using the paraphernalia of shopping, fashion and family life Berlins DDR museum attempts to introduce visitors to what for millions of East Germans was once everyday life. Play Hausfrau in an authentic DDR kitchen and living room, or experience first-hand what it was like to be spied on.
  14. Tacheles – One-time department store then SS headquarters in the heart of Berlins former Jewish quarter, the Tacheles was taken over by squatters in 91. Behind the buildings bombed out façade is a wealth of art studios, two cinemas, 3 bars, a beach bar, a café and a newly opened bourgeois restaurant.
  15. Hackescher Markt – Hackescher Markt was once home to booming businesses during the Industrial Revolution. Its now famous not only for its attractive station, but as a jumping off point to the nearby Hackescher Höfe complex.
  16. Karl Marx Allee – Rent a bike at the reception and explore this sweeping communist boulevard where the GDR Government used to proudly present their weapons of mass destruction at their May Day parades.
  17. Raw Temple – An alternative entertainment hub including an indoor skate hall, a former Nazi hide-out used now for freestyle rock climbing, an open air cinema and regular live music.
  18. Volkspark Friedrichshain – A beautiful park, excellent for jogging or having a picnic. In the middle youll find Friedrichshains highest hill, which provides a 78-metre high view over Berlins flat terrain. The hill was actually man-made to cover up a destroyed anti-aircraft bunker from World War II, as well as several tonnes of bombed out rubble.
  19. Stasi Headquarters – Take the U5 subway at Alexanderplatz to Magdalenenstrasse and visit the former headquarters of the Stasi – East Germanys cruel and meticulous secret police – in Normannenstr. The building has been transformed into a museum and you can walk through the preserved offices of some of the GDRs most powerful men. A disturbing look at Berlins very recent past.
  20. Schloss Charlottenburg – If you are interested in Prussian architecture and history but dont have time to travel to Potsdam, then Schloss Charlottenburg is the perfect inner-city alternative. This outstanding palace and its surrounding gardens are not only visually stunning, but will also give you a detailed insight into the lifestyle of the Prussian emperors.
Check out our Touristic Sightseeing Video:

Post Your Hostel Videos Here – Free Advertising

Post your youth hostel or hotel videos on Hostel Traveler’s Blog:

http://www.hosteltraveler.com/blog_ht/category/hostel-videos/

Now, Hostel Traveler invites you to post your videos on our blog.  This is an excellent way to increase your online marketing presence.  It’s free, and you do not need to have a listing on the Instant World Booking service.  See instructions below.

There’s no doubt that video is playing a major role right now and will increasingly dominate the future of the internet.  In the United States alone, users are viewing almost 17 billion videos each month.  “Having gone from zero to mass market globally in three short years, online video is the fastest-growing media platform in history”, according to a new report from social media research consultancy Trendstream and research firm Lightspeed.

When it comes to travel and lodging marketing, video is a developing trend.  What hostel, hotel, or bed and breakfast hasn’t already shared photos of their property online?  If you haven’t, rest assured, some of your guests are posting photos with reviews of your amenities on multiple websites around the globe.

Hostels, backpackers and other budget hotel accommodations are increasingly producing videos of their locations.  Easily created by the amateur hostel manager/photographer, a video can add a dimension for advertising that was previously inaccessible to small hostels and backpackes.  One of the easiest ways to share video with a broad base of customers today is on YouTube.com.  Signing up and posting your videos on YouTube is easy and free.

So add your hostel, hotel, or backpacker videos at one of Instant World Booking’s blogs.  This is an excellent additional channel for promoting your property and gaining additional exposure.  It’s free and no listing on our service is required.  There’s no additional obligation.  All you need to get started is a video posted on your YouTube account.

 

Instructions for posting videos on HostelTraveler.com’s blog:

Our Blog allows you to share YouTube videos with ease, and supports the latest high quality video protocols (360p and HD quality 720p).  It will even be viewable on iPod and iPhone.

Step 1:  Register at our blog:

http://www.hosteltraveler.com/blog_ht/wp-login.php?action=register

Step 2:  Submit a post about your property at the following page:

http://www.hosteltraveler.com/blog_ht/category/hostel-videos/

Step 3:  Insert a video link in your post

To insert a YouTube video in your posts, paste the YouTube video URL directly into the text of your post with a prefix of httpv:// (notice the ‘v’).

Important:The URL should just be copied into your post normally and the letter ‘v’ added, do not create a clickable link (i.e., with <a> tags)!

Example:  httpv ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKjgajXePd8

If you want to embed high quality video (for videos that have them) use httpvh:// instead (Video High).

If you want to embed HD Quality (DVD quality 720p) video use httpvhd:// instead (Video High Defintion).

To embed playlists use httpvp:// (eg. httpvp ://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=528026B4F7B34094)

–  httpv:// – regular video

–  httpvh:// – high quality

–  httpvhd:// – HD quality

–  httpvp:// – playlist