Jugendscamp Fliesstal

Address: Ziekowstrasse 166, Berlin, \N, Germany | Campground
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Berlin! Berlin!

A travel blog entry by gail_hart on Jun 17, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... Apparently after the wall came down thousands of East Germans deserted their apartments and fled to the west. They left their furniture behind and the keys in the door. They were worried that unification of Germany would not go ahead. At one stage there were over 100,000 squatters living in these deserted apartments including the current Chancellor Merkel. It took the government a long time to resettle the original tenants/owners back into their apartments.


Hit the road.

A travel blog entry by deniseyan on Feb 17, 2015

2014 has been an epic year.

The loved one comes and goes and only loneliness stays.

Democracy has been defined and redefined.

Countless unknown people have suddenly come under spotlight.

Umbrella serves much more than protection against rain.

Yellow is much more than a colour.

Freedom is no longer a right but dreams.

Universal Suffrage is just a big fancy word.

People unite and ...

Day 8: Mixed Emotions

A travel blog entry by jbtravelbugs on Oct 30, 2014

21 photos

An important part of visiting new places around the world in acknowledging not only the good things about a city, but also the bad. Much of Berlin's history has been shadowed with darkness and today we stepped into that world for a short time by visiting Sachsenhausen concentration camp. A short train ride outside Berlin takes you to the camp that was built in 1936 and imprisoned more than 200,000 people from 1936-1945. As you enter the memorial, the first thing you notice ...

Mmmmm...dinner (at 10:30pm)

A travel blog entry by ericasmig on Jun 08, 2014

4 photos

Hotel room is nice. We brush teeth & tidy up before meeting Casey (friend / my old manager / Dave's current manager) - who we traveled with from Oak to Berlin) - in the lobby to find a bite to eat...at 10:30pm. Hotel recommends Italian restaurant down the block. We give it a whirl & sit inside since lots of smokers on patio dining ...


A travel blog entry by farrugia2europe on May 26, 2014

8 photos

... out more churches and the Berlin Rathaus. Asparagus is in season so for a meal I ordered schnitzel with asparagus and hollandaise sauce. The asparagus is giant and white! Quite a serving it was. Another meal we got to experience a genuine curry wurst sausage. Mmm Overall a city that is packed with history, good food and cheap alcohol (4euro cocktails) what's not to ...