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... quiet nooks and crannies.
...some also say that "poor but sexy" describes your two stars of this blog. ;)
History never repeats itself, but it often rhymes. -Mark Twain
A dark, twisted history underlays the elegance, spunk, and energy of today´s Berlin. Berliners do not shy away from their unsettled past, but rather confront it and keep it on the mind via the memorials and monuments that are strewn about the city. Visitors and ...
... stop over in Amsterdam before finally arriving. It sure helped that we were punctual with time as our flight to Amsterdam had been moved forward by a good two hours and we had failed to receive any notification that this was happening until we got to the airport! Apart from that minor miscommunication, we only had one other small glitch in which Jason unfortunately left his brand spanking new kindle on the plane, which so happens to have never to be seen again thanks ...
... district you’ll find some trendy Berliners with their trendy shops. There are a few bars hidden around these streets but overall it’s a bit boring.
Schöneberg is an interesting one, in short I'd have to say it has a high gay population, how do I know? Well with shops like 'Rubber and Leather', The Jaxx (Google it!), Tom's hostel; the gay hostel and Bruno's media outlet I just had a ...
... and leads to a large roundabout called the Grosser Stern (The Big Star)and has in the centre the Siegessäule ( Victory Column).
It was built to commemorate the Prussian victory in the Danish- Prussian war, by the time it was inaugurated on 2 September 1873, Prussia had also defeated Austria in the Austrian - Prussian war (1866) and France in the Franco- Prussian War (1870–71), giving the statue a new purpose.
Built on a base of polished red granite, ...