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Travel Blogs from Berlin

Bus to Berlin

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jun 06, 2014

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... hadn’t even realised it was on, but I really didn’t want to miss it. I found a sports bar near my hostel called Belushi’s and watched the match there.

It was one of the most atrocious displays I’ve seen from Murray in his career. It was just awful. He lost in straight sets to Nadal, the master on clay. Now I can just pray that Nadal crushed Djockovic on Sunday. One nice thing came out of my time at the pub though. I met two ...

Go to Berlin - by Tom Carder

A travel blog entry by davidcarder on Feb 07, 2014

6 comments, 13 photos

... prices. I got a giant pretzel with cheese for $1.50. But if you’re like my dad and you like beer Berlin is your deal. You get a half dozen Berliner Pilsner for $7.00. If you like snitzel and curry wurst Berlin is your place. I reckon they have the best on the planet.

If you like getting entertained you could go to some amazing restaurants with theatres. We saw a very funny show. If you like parks you would like Tiergarten. What about a ...


A travel blog entry by yannellys389 on Jul 23, 2013

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We started yesterday with lunch at Gorski, a Russian restaurant. I ordered the special salad which came with a fried egg with grilled chicken. It was quite delicious. Roar had a Russian dumpling, which was quite delicious as well. After lunch we took the trolly to Alexander Platz. I guess in Berlin, they wished they had a beach because it is like a beach bar with lounge chairs and everything. It was ridiculously hot yesterday so a drink was very nice. We then walked ...

WW2 to Lego Land

A travel blog entry by kevindoody on Jul 11, 2013

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... very important to see. After the museum, we headed to some shops, and continued walking around. I had made a rash decision in deciding not to pay the €18 entrance fee to Lego Land, but seriously began regretting it.. So I grabbed my Canadian comrade, Kaitlyn, and we went. It was so worth it. The land was a replica of Berlin. But instead of people, it was covered in Star Wars troops ships. After a lot of thought, ...

Day One in Berlin

A travel blog entry by linda.seyler on Apr 30, 2013


Hi Everyone,

We arrived in Berlin yesterday afternoon after our long overnight flight from Toronto.

Many passengers had the good fortune of enjoying an entire row of seats to themselves and slept through most of the flight. My Dad and I were not among that group! We were squeezed tightly and uncomfortably into our seats...managing nothing ...