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Day 147... A nice week

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni

... vegetarian burger. It was really delicious and really cheap, which I am always a fan of. At least my friends at school know where all the cheap eats are! On Friday marc met up with me again for lunch after a meeting with the director of the school for a tax receipt. We then went into neukölln looking for mobile shops to fix his mobile as he believed there was a software problem. We dropped it in one shop and then using my happy cow app on the iPad found ...

2013 Berlin & Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by jazzgal


... and enjoyed the sun…happy to see it, at last. It has been raining here, particularly in the south, and there is flooding down there along the lines of the 2002 event, which means Dresden and my little towns along the Elbe River are in serious danger. As I looked at the river, it seemed so peaceful, hard to imagine how destructive it could be if riled up. I hear Amsterdam is not afraid of rising ocean waters, the dykes are ready for that, rivers ...


A travel blog entry by michelemweber


Still love traveling by night train. Really loved it actually. We all slept well, and it was nice to travel such a long distance in complete comfort and even get some sleep and relaxation. In Berlin, we stayed in a super cool hotel. There was a cylindrical, six story aquarium in the middle of the lobby that the rooms were situated around. We had "ocean view" rooms. Plus the rooms were fairly posh. It was the Radisson Blu.

We spent the day walking ...


A travel blog entry by cmdoeurope

... It would be the equivalent of having Detroit as a capitol--it seems as though part of the heart has left the city. The income tax of citizens all over Germany are what help to support the reconstruction.

On our second day in Germany, we made a trip out to Oranienberg, a town about an hour outside of Berlin by train, to visit a perserved concentration camp. It's hard to write about, but was a raelly moving experience. It was definitely an important part of our trip to ...


A travel blog entry by trina.manz


... felt really weird to be standing on the ground above it and it was when it felt real that we were in Germany with all its history (if that makes sense?). We then also saw much to do with the Berlin wall. We saw the original section of wall that has been decorated with murals about politics and peace called the East Side Gallery. We also saw original sections of the wall left as they would have looked and paved into the ground is a small stone line that follows the original line ...

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