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Berlin During WWII

A travel blog entry by mrsdbrowning

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... br> 2. What countries came together to fight against the Nazis? How did the fight (land, air, sea, etc.)? Where were most of the battles fought (cities/areas)?
3. Tell me about the picture with the Soviet Flag on the Reichstag building. After what battle was it hoisted?
4. Who ...

Next Stop Berlin!

A travel blog entry by ljean

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... the trip were in a different hostel. After freshening up and chilling for a bit my 2 friends and I wandered around our hotel area to find some dinner. We found a place that looked pretty authentic and ordered a ton of food. First we ordered garlic bread and let me tell you Germany takes the cake for best garlic bread I've ever had. Weird because you would think that would be Italy but there was no contest. We were talking about this garlic bread for days. Next we ...

3000! Thankyou!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

... s houses rather than your own?

It was even easier since I was blasting my music! Which was like a quiet whisper given my speakers…

Joerg came over then, and we went for a walk to the park and had icecream on the way which was really nice. He heads off tomorrow, so it was really good to see him again before he left J

And once again….bed called my name after that! Let’s see if sleep is on the agenda for my body!

Lisa ...

Train to Berlin

A travel blog entry by carloswysling

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... to Krakow and a terrific and pleasant surprise: a great and beautiful city awaited us. Krakow was somehow spared the destruction imposed on so many Polish cities (although it had its share of Nazi bombings as they retreated from the advancing Soviet troops). So century old buildings stand side by side with new ones in perfect harmony. Years of Polish communism did leave some marks but the energy of the inhabitants of this city more than make up for whatever may be askew. ...

End of Part I

A travel blog entry by atw80-wre

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... out though. Three hours, a coffee, some duty free window-shopping and good reading later, I was finally back in the cabin of my connecting flight to Berlin. Another middle-seat, yeah... Anyway, the breakfast served made up for it. There was a chef assisting the flight attendant. Apparently, it was to advertise the new cooperation between the caterer and Turkish Airlines. I went back to ...

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