Jugendscamp Fliesstal

Ziekowstrasse 166, Berlin, Germany | Campground
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Germany - North Germany to Berlin

A travel blog entry by kye


... enjoying it after the frustrations of feeling fleeced by the Norwegians, Germany is more than affordable. All those wonderful coffees and glasses of wine taken on the great European terraces are again within our reach. Unfortunately part of the cheaper living, someone informed us, is due to the 10 year pay freeze that most German people have endured. The rebuilding of Berlin that is still evident ...

Checkpoint Charlie

A travel blog entry by indianajill


... to think that we're I am standing was once controlled by border guards. This is the first time that Al has been to Berlin as a free city. Al first crossed Checkpoint Charlie in 1967 when he crossed to visit Alwin who was living in East Berlin. Al had paid for a 5 day visa and he arrived from Denmark, traveling with his then brother in law Joern Munch. Crossing the border took 1 1/2 hours and ...

Ich Bin Ein...

A travel blog entry by shomscenes


... captured my imagination as a city that was very exciting, very cheap and full of energy. The city was hip across all age groups. Do I have any regrets? Probably not. But I will definitely be back to do some things I wasn’t able to this time around. And to repeat some of the awesome things that I was in fact able to do.

My next stop, after a quick transit of a few hours in Paris is the South of France – Cassis, a coastal town outside Marseille.



A travel blog entry by lisandretrip


... Platz ( area destroyed in the war, and then became a noman's land during the communist regime) is now a bustling city center with huge buildings. An entire panel if investors and planners from nine major world wide architectural offices managed in a mere 8 years to build a brand new city centre.
Then it was off to Checkpoint Charlie. This area became well known because it was a symbol of the absurd division and complicated international status of the ...

Bumpin Berlin Bass

A travel blog entry by mikepsilve

... up. We took an elevator up and got into the club. It wasn't that crowded when we got in. We got drinks and walked up stairs to the roof. It was so cool up there. It was pretty big and had an outdoor bar with couches. We got a couch and table and parked ourselves there all night. It was a great view of the Berlin TV tower. We randomly met some Penn State architectural engineering majors who just graduated. They were taking 3 weeks and seeing ...


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