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The Calm Before The Storm, Berlin, Germany travel blog

The Calm Before The Storm

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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Quote of the Moment "I'm not saying I was directly responsible for the fall of the Berlin Wall, just that I made a contribution through the gift of music" - David Hasslehoff. We've just spent a quality two days in Berlin with Karim and Polly, who ...

The Jewel of Germany, Dresden, Germany travel blog

The Jewel of Germany

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

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... focus of the holiday weekend, I asked Karina her thoughts on the Berlin Wall coming down/the reunification of East and West Germany. She does remember the events (though she was only 9/10 at the time). She recalls that her mother was particularly happy ...

Wunderbar, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Wunderbar

A travel blog entry by danly

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Daniel here again, Well we have been in Berlin for a few days now and not really done much except relax.  The last two days everything has been shut because it is a long weekend here so we haven’t had the opportunity to do much.  We ...

München mag Dich., Munich, Germany travel blog

München mag Dich.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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I am back in Munich for the third time in about 3 months. It is work this time as well, so unfortunately no time to visit the Bavarian Alps (as kind of promised back in July). Next time maybe??? Heck, what a boring blog entry, not even a photo of ...

A true mix of old and new., Berlin, Germany travel blog

A true mix of old and new.

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder

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I'm calling this the Sad City, because everything I learned about the second World War, and every monument I saw that commemorated those involved in the World War invoked such sadness within me. As well as, a lot of questions: how could this have ...

Germany vs Australia? Nah, everyone for themselves, Hamburg, Germany travel blog

Germany vs Australia? Nah, everyone for themselves

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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Another sleep in for us again, so another morning having a late breakfast with Annette. We eventually got ourselves organised enough to leave the house so we headed into town on the train to visit Miniature World. I must admit I really didn't think that ...

If it wasn't on your bucketlist, it should be now., Munich, Germany travel blog

If it wasn't on your bucketlist, it should be now.

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder

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... away.  I couldn't contain my excitement. I am not a beer drinker, but I could not wait to taste some of Germany's finest beer's!  The grounds were covered in people: Families, locals, friends and tourists alike, already drunk by 3pm. The smell ...

Lazy day, late night, Regensburg, Germany travel blog

Lazy day, late night

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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I am not sure what has happened but we all woke up really tired today and feeling very, very old. Karlovy Vary, you sir are a fraud! So we had a very lazy day hanging around in the apartment, eating toast for lunch and generally doing not much at all. ...

Get your kit off!!, Krausnick, Germany travel blog

Get your kit off!!

A travel blog entry by robartsroaming

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There was an incentive for everyone to be up early today as we are off to the much anticipated Tropical Islands, certainly for the kids anyway. We arrived and weren't disappointed with how big it was so we eagerly made our way inside. We couldn't get our ...

Across the Border to Germany, Rotenburg, Germany travel blog

Across the Border to Germany

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

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... "again, please!" Ulrike has lived in Rotenburg all her life. Heiko came to Rotenburg from the northeast (located in the former East Germany). His grandfather came from Poland and was in the Polish army. During WWI he was sent to a German POW camp, ...

The World Cup dream of the Devil of the Death, Munich, Germany travel blog

The World Cup dream of the Devil of the Death

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... , but there is always google. This name is, without a doubt, the finest name of all the campervans containing Australians in all of Germany. And let me tell you, there are a bloody heap. And not only campervans, but everywhere. That's right. Well, at ...

Germany's Black Forest, Baden-Baden, Germany travel blog

Germany's Black Forest

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... region is very rural with thatched-roof houses and lots of cuckoo clock stores. In the town of Triberg, we hiked to Germany's highest waterfall. Actually, our guidebook claimed it was an hour hike, but they must have opened a new path because we pretty ...

Germany - where they actually can pronounce Schewe, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Germany - where they actually can pronounce Schewe

A travel blog entry by duke_schewe

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... my identity if you will. It took me back to my childhood in a small town in Manitoba that was mostly settled by people from Germany, The Ukraine and Poland. There I see now they recreated some of what they left behind in Europe and also why they felt so ...

England 1 Paraguay 0, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

England 1 Paraguay 0

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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... and support England for the day. There was a little bother at one point when a drunken Geordie decided that a German in Germany having a beer with English people and wishing them well was against the law, but while we (and twenty other England fans) ...

Freezing Germany, Konigssee, Germany travel blog

Freezing Germany

A travel blog entry by peteandmandy

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... maximum for the day was 7) just before lunch. Incredibly, we are only at an altitude of 600 metres. Konigssee is in Germany but only just. There is a little piece of Germany that pokes into Austria just below Salzburg. Our arrival coincided with the ...

Bustling Berlin, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Bustling Berlin

A travel blog entry by kimandmartin

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... lets you know where the demonstrations are taking place and how traffic will be affected. Berlin, a sprawling metropolis of 3.4 million, is Germany's largest city. It covers eight times the area of Paris. There's so much to see here - so many ...

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Hirschbach - "Deer Creek"

A travel blog entry by wanderinwonder

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Hirschbach has been the home town of the Freudenthalers for 4 generations.  The family Bakerie and Gasthaus still operates in the town's centre and is run by the 4th Bakrmeister Wolfgang Freudenthaler. Hirschbach is stunning, the original buildings ...

On the road again, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

On the road again

A travel blog entry by segacs

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Wasn't I just here? I'm back in Frankfurt after a four-day detour home for my grandfather's funeral and first few days of shiva. I flew back out last night on the same flight I took last week, same plane, same meal, same movies, heck, I even sat in the ...

Heidelberg, Thanksgiving, Sinterklaas, Heidelberg, Germany and Amsterdam, Netherlands travel blog

Heidelberg, Thanksgiving, Sinterklaas

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... Heidelberg is a six hour drive from Amsterdam, which is pretty long for a weekend, but the leaves had turned beautiful colors and Germany has nice rolling hills (unlike the flat Netherlands), so it was a very nice, beautiful drive. It is easy to see why ...

Day 5 - Day 3 of Competition, Leipzig, Germany travel blog

Day 5 - Day 3 of Competition

A travel blog entry by dazandkim

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Today we headed back into the competition venue. It is amazing to see just how much these young people have achieved in 3 days. Jay seems to be doing quite well and looks to be coping Ok. His expert says he is doing very well. Again, did not get to see ...

Oh my god..., Kaiserslautern, Germany travel blog

Oh my god...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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... By now, you will all be familiar with the socceroos exploits on the finest afternoon in the history of Kaiserslautern and perhaps Germany. Thus, I will spare you the details of the 3-1 victory over Japan which has left Australia at the top of Grouop F ...

Dresden for ice cream anyone???, Dresden, Germany travel blog

Dresden for ice cream anyone???

A travel blog entry by madman96

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We resurface from an epic slumber and head out to grab breakfast nearby.  Looking at the clock and realizing that we have a half day before I have to hop on an overnight train to Zurich, we head back for me to pack and then head down to the train ...

Munich., Munich, Germany travel blog

Munich.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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Munich. ...

In The Shadow Of  The Valley of Death, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

In The Shadow Of The Valley of Death

A travel blog entry by foolsgold

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... up, show the colours and behave like complete twats, and so far we haven't let ourselves down. Frankfurt is like nothing else. Germany's 'victory' against Costa Rica meant that spirits were high and to be fair most of the England fans were behaving well, ...

Skyscrapers and Animals, Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Skyscrapers and Animals

A travel blog entry by jonmatters

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It took three days to ride out of the Black Forest to Mannheim (very industrial area), where I stayed for a day to rest/avoid rain. Frankfurt was next on my itinerary. I generally dislike riding into large cities, but this wasn't so bad. For a city with ...

Frankfurt., Frankfurt, Germany travel blog

Frankfurt.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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Frankfurt for ...

Ein Bier, bitte, Munich, Germany travel blog

Ein Bier, bitte

A travel blog entry by danly

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... out to explore Munich.  Breakfast was a Turkish kebab which was actually pretty good.  There is a huge Turkish community in Germany (more than any other country outside of Turkey) and kebabs are on every street corner.  I think our hotel is ...

German Xmas Markets and Chris' Mom's 2nd visit, Amsterdam, Netherlands and Aachen, Koln, and Dussledorf, Germany travel blog

German Xmas Markets and Chris' Mom's 2nd visit

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... markets. We left the house around 7:30 a.m. and arrived back home around midnight after driving to Aachen, Cologne (Koln) and Dusseldorf, Germany. It is very common in Germany for each little town to have a Christmas market in it's main square for the ...

Bath it up..., Wiesbaden, Germany travel blog

Bath it up...

A travel blog entry by marktjhung

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See Bamburg entry. Do ...

Trip to Central Europe - Berlin, Berlin, Germany travel blog

Trip to Central Europe - Berlin

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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In late July, we traveled by car from Amsterdam to Berlin, Germany; Kracow, Poland; Budapest, Hungary and then to Vienna, Austria before making the journey back to Amsterdam. Unlike previous trips, we actually were able to leave half a day EARLY on this ...

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