Jugendscamp Fliesstal

Ziekowstrasse 166, Berlin, Germany | Campground
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A four powers to one Power house

A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010

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... Russian and French soldiers in the area of the gate and getting money for being photographed witht the tourist, each actor carried a national flag but not necessarily with regard to the uniform that they were wearing. And many of the parts of the uniform were incorrect, One guy was wearing a pair of dress officer greens pants with a incorrect jacket, more like the 1950s and the stripes were that of a WW II master sergeant. Another guy was wearing greens with 2 stars and a name tag ...

Berlin: Day 2

A travel blog entry by jessicatrainor7

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... was some sort of music festival so we stopped to check it out. We watched a German boy band perform for screaming girls as they danced and sang in their interesting short shorts and uniform sweaters. We still can't figure out who they were.
After that we made our way to the Holocaust Memorial which is a little hard to explain, but it is a very powerful piece of art. Here is a link to some information on the memorial: ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by janined22

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for all those cyclists at home - bike lanes will never work in hobart! Bikes are everywhere he and we have spent the last two days trying to avoid being run down by them. That's not the cyclists fault. We keep walking in the bike lanes and hearing the furious bell ringing behind us. Oh well...

apparently there are 300 different sorts of bread in Germany too. I am doing my best to sample as many as possible. ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by kieran.layla

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... a bike tour that went for 6 hours (advertised as a four hour tour) we went and had a lovely Italian dinner in an outside courtyard and a relaxing evening at the hostel bar.
On the second day we went to Check Point Charlie. When the Berlin Wall was still standing this was one of the points where you could cross from East to West Berlin. Not all of you may know this but there was actually two Berlin Walls. They would run along side each ...

Prague to Berlin, via Dresden

A travel blog entry by trishreinten

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... We drove past many interesting buildings whilst listening to Rammstein. Berlin is not what I expected. Some parts are very modern whilst others you can see the remnants of communism. We past the Brandenburg Gate, parts of the Berlin Wall that still exists, Museum Island where all the art galleries and museums are, check point Charlie, which is now manned by actor's not American soldiers and the German Parliament where there was a protest ...

 

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