Nollendorfplatz City-Apartments

Nollendorfplatz 7, Berlin, 10777, Germany | Hotel
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MDMA and cigarette smoke.

A travel blog entry by dresalazar

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... I found an english group on the sidewalk who seemed to walk with confidence, so I followed them assuming they would be walking to the subway station...completely logical, I know. I followed them for a few blocks and then found an above ground train in the distance, so I bid my new friends goodbye and went on my way (I never actually spoke to them, I just followed them from a 10 foot distance and pretended to know where I was going. Still, we had a connection unmatched by ...

Schlaflos in Berlin

A travel blog entry by roxyhart

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... we're dancing to The Strokes and Black Keys, and next minute there's some old school RnB and current electro being thrown into the mix then somehow segwaying into The Cure and looping back to Foals' My Number and we're all seven years old again dancing like we spit out the Ritalin while Mom wasn't looking. I mean, Foals for God's sake. I honestly just wish I could have bottled up that entire playlist and keep it for the rest of my life. We danced and drank and ...

DAY 1: "Ich bin eine Berliner!"

A travel blog entry by freyastark

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... how dare they! ;-)

  • My first meal: Currywurst (bratwurst topped with sweet ketchup and curry powder sprinkled on top), with seasoned fries. Interesting combo...I liked it.
  • Checkpoint Charlie

    A travel blog entry by indianajill

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    7

    ... escapes and of the jubilation when the wall came down. When you leave the museum there is a portion of the wall in the outside courtyard and a photo op as everyone pretends to push it down.

    After Checkpoint Charlie we head of for a wonderful lunch at Lutter and Wegner (established in 1811), and a favourite of Alwin's from his University days. It is a wonderful lunch in an outdoor setting with ...

  • Berlin, beer, Bretzels, Bratwursts and biking

    A travel blog entry by rigandsavvy

    10

    ... during the war. It is mainly a photographic exhibition which depicts the history of the nazi regime during WWII. Although incredibly sad it was so realistic and quite an eerie incredible to see how photos etc had been preserved. We went to the Berlin Museum which again housed some fascinating history, photos, videos and audio files of both WWII, and the Cold War.We then went to find a NZ cafe called Antipodes however it was closed on Tuesdays! Found a great sushi ...

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