Jugendscamp Fliesstal

Ziekowstrasse 166, Berlin, Germany | Campground

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A travel blog entry by terry-christina


... containing over 2700 pieces of mostly blue and white porcelain. Terry had to tear me away.

We caught a bus the length Kurfurstendamm - several blocks of pure luxury, shops to rival 5th Avenue in New York. Back home to our funny street with its bars and graffiti and motor homes permanently parked. Our block of apartments is the only luxury one around, and apparently occasionally gets paint bombed by the local punks and anarchists.

Catching a train to Prague tomorrow. ...

Mauer Street Markets

A travel blog entry by virginia.pav

... were there, so,we hopped on a tram and train and navigated our way around to the area. It was alive and buzzing with people of course - Ice skating, food stalls, market stalls- it was unbelievable. We wandered around and decided to head home as we were going to Sylvio's hotel for dinner ( compliments on Sylvio Went home , relaxed a little waited for Kaya and Ben who had a busy day shopping and exploring and then left at 6.30 ish . Caught a tram ...

3000! Thankyou!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

... So proud of him!

*If you want to support Taylor Henderson, please do!* <- his personality is as amazing as his singing!

While I was there, I also logged into my blog…this blog.

Guys!! 3000 views! Wow! I never thought it would grow this much!

Thankyou so much for reading these blogs and keeping up with how I am doing! It means so much to me that you enjoy reading about the life of some girl abroad!

I know many ...


A travel blog entry by miura09


... was surprised and kept cracking jokes. He did look older than her though. Marta was expecting her to have an older husband but not that old. I think he's in his lat 50s or early 60s. Rita is 37. She also looks young for her age as well. So it was a good night and I enjoyed it. Came home and slept like a baby. Awoke at 7am still felt sleepy but I'm up anyways. Tomorrow we're going house ...


A travel blog entry by rumbelow-europe


One thing we did discover staying with Peter and Renate was the extent to which the Russian occupation of East Germany totally effected the lives of the people caught behind the wall.
Even after 30 years Peter has not really recovered from that trauma...this is a very well educated man, a teacher and translator of some note.....Gorbachev, Putin, Al Gore, are just some of his assignments.
He translates between international ...


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