Sleep Station in Münster city in Germany was as comfortable as a 3 Star Hotel
Posted by African Press International on December 28, 2011
We were in Germany to visit the international exhibition that mostly featured handcrafts from many countries. One such country was Kenya, the only country that represented the continent of Africa at the open Christmas market.
In December the christmas month, places to stay in the city are limited due to the many visitors to the region at the time.
For many who were lucky, right at the main Railway station, one just needed to walk for 4 minutes to the nearest boarding and lodging at Wolbecker Street nr 1, a place we chose to lodge for the 3 nights we were in the city.
Many other people who travelled far to the city to visit the exhibition market were lodging in a well furnished building called Sleep Station manned by many kind and helpful workers. One could easily think he or she was housed in a 3 star hotel.
The place allowed the lodgers to make their own food in their equipped kitchen. Breakfast was served and the place costed very reasonable affordable amount.
Sleep Station Manager:
The workers at the Sleep Station served guest with delight
Munster city is 1200 years old historical city. Here is where you will find the oldest and most traditional Universities in Germany. The old part of the town offers exiting nightlife. At the “Kreativ Kai” – the harbour sector in Münster you will find restaurants, pubs, clubs and culture.
Visiting Hawer-Kamp lofts you will enjoy underground clubs and studios. Seasonal cycling, hiking, skating, canoeing in and around Münster is also possible.
There are organised historic guided tours around the mediaeval old town. Think of Graphikmuseum, Pablo Picasso, among others when you are choosing to see the wide range of art and cultural museums.