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Travel Blogs from Berlin
alright, first, i have this "Untitled" because well while i was there i came up with lots of titles....
Here are a few that i came up with:
"Berlin: Land Where Dogs Ride the Tram"
"A Native American walked into the ice cream store"
"you ALWAYS have to push the button"
"Why is it ALWAYS a deal with the button!"
Berlin is a city that is rebuilding itself. There are cranes everywhere but despite this there are many areas of this vast city that are vacant lots.
Our welcome to Berlin was the East Side Gallery. This is the longest surviving stretch of the wall which has now been transformed into a modern art piece. One of the most famous works is of …
We finally said goodbye to Munich and hopped on our first of five trains heading to Berlin. The reason behind this quiet simply the ticket valid only on local transport cost us €37 for up to 5 people compared to €149 on the fast train. And as we are in no rush, so why not see a bit more of the country side?
The first three trains …
... popular Berlin sight is the Brandenburg gate in the western city of Berlin, a well-known German landmark, also a symbol of unity and peace in Europe. The most striking part would be the four horses led by a carriage, which statue resides on the top and the most prominent area of the gate.
After Berlin enter Poland, where we head directly to the capital, Warsaw, with only a night's stopover at Poznan
... back to the apartment.)
Saturday morning I visited some of the darker side of
Berlin. Visiting the former Berlin Wall
is a must see. Luckily, close by my
apartment in Prenzlauerberg is one of the sites and I have to admit it was
pretty powerful. My next stop was the
Topography of Terror, which is in the center of Berlin and dedicated to the
rise of the Third Reich, how it could have happened in ...