Apartment Absolut

Alte Jakobstr. 77a, Berlin, 10179, Germany | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Day 8 - Berlin

A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013

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... him to give him peace. She does, and he dies in her arms. Rusalka asks for mercy on his soul and vanishes into the water. Antonin Dvorak Born: September 8, 1841 - Nelahozeves, nr Kralupy Died: May 1, 1904 – Prague Dvorak Quick Facts: Johannes Brahms once wrote a letter praising and exulting Dvorak’s music; they later became great friends. After moving to America in 1892, Dvorak spent his summer vacation in the small town of Spillville, Iowa in 1893, because of it’s ...

Final Day

A travel blog entry by bridget6

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... come back with me. Filled in some forms, crossed my fingers and waited. Relieved the next day when the doorbell rang and a nice man was standing there with my case. Strange how seeing a case load of dirty washing can be so exciting!

Hope you have enjoyed reading our blog. Please feel free to add your comments. Time now to start thinking about our next trip. Not sure how we can follow this!
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Week 1: Amsterdam, Berlin & Magdeburg

A travel blog entry by julienlang

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Week 1 22/7/13 - 29/7/13 Hello everybody, welcome to my travel blog. I'll try to keep it updated each week with a few photos and let you all know a little bit about what I'm up to. I flew into Amsterdam last week Monday, arriving about 5am and spending two full days there. It is a very pretty city, completely relaxed and crisscrossed with wide bike paths and tiny canals. The weather was perfect and I spent most of my time either strolling through the shady back streets ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by jdslone1

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... we find the right platform. Today we took a city train to central station to get on the train to Berlin, passed a few homeless people sleeping and few rooms which smelled like someone had just finished emptying their bladder. Conversely, central stations here are very extravagant and huge, it shows how public transit is supposed to be done, that and it doesn't smell like pee. So we went to the pride parade after ...

Completing the Puzzle in Berlin

A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren

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... page, we must explain, that after World War II, Germany had lost the war and was in shambles. The big powers of the war took it upon themselves to break up Germany into East Germany and West Germany. The USSR would control East Germany, and West Germany would go to the USA, France, and the British. The problem was that everyone wanted Berlin, so to solve this, Berlin was split into East and West.

East Germany established themselves as the German ...

 

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