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  • The Untitled Kebab StandBerlin: the city of many wonderful and unforgettable adventures. Berlin derives its uniqueness in diversity; something which has eluded many other well-established major European cities. As much as I would love to talk about Berlin and all its jo Posted by forkintheroad in The Fork in the Road | Apr 6, 2015
  • Munich ===München=== Our last stop in Germany was Munich, where we would see in New Years Day. Unfortunately, the weather deteriorated to the point where we ended up staying a lot of the time in doors reading. We did manage Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Apr 3, 2015
  • Nuremburg ===Nürnburg=== After leaving the picturesque Rothenburg ob der Tauber, we made the short trip across southern Germany to Nuremberg, a city famous for the rise and the fall of the Third Reich. Adolf Hitler chose the city as the setting Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Apr 3, 2015
  • Christmas in Rothenburg ob der Tauber===The red fortress above the river Tauber=== We planned to spend Christmas in a small, quiet, fortified medieval Bavarian town known as Rothenburg ob der Tauber. Located on the Romantic Road in Southern Germany, Rothenburg ob der Tauber Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Mar 29, 2015
  • Cologne===Köln, Deutschland=== After leaving Bruges, it was a relatively quick trip to our next stop - Cologne, Germany. Sitting on both sides of the Rhine, Cologne is famous for its Gothic Catholic cathedral - Kölner Dom, which greeted us as Posted by Tiki Touring in Tiki Touring | Mar 15, 2015
  • A Weekend in GermanyIn high school my family had the privilege of hosting an exchange student from Germany for ten months. Over those ten months I learned what it meant to have a sister (also how to share because you know, only Posted by Skraft94 in Oh the places I will see | Mar 12, 2015
  • Ich bin BerlinerWe departed Munich at 10:15pm aboard the night train to Berlin. It was a 10 hour ride spanning across the majority of the German countryside. I was able to sleep most of the way and woke up in Berlin at Posted by blakeabassett in European Quest | Mar 12, 2015
  • Cycling adventures, a move to Frankfurt & more travellingWell it has been a good 10 months since our last update - whoops! We are officially terrible bloggers! We are going to catch you up in instalments, (or that is the plan anyway) This next post will take Posted by julesandjosh in Juli and Josh's European Adventure | Mar 10, 2015
  • Munich and suchMunich was full of surprises. The first of which was the fact that Crow and I were going to arrive on separate trains and at different times in Munich. Waking up from a nap on our train after a two Posted by blakeabassett in European Quest | Mar 9, 2015
  • Cocktails and BeersGot a little behind in January and February so here are the events from that month. We had a little going away party for our friend Casey, who is moving to Alaska. Since we were seemingly always going to cocktail bars Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Feb 24, 2015
  • The mysterious missing part of the Ebstorf World MapWelcome to the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebstorf_Map|Ebstorf World Map]] at the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plassenburg|Plassenburg]] (source: wikipedia) [img=ht Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Aug 21, 2014
  • The fifth season beginsThe first leg of the journey to Cologne - a train to Hamburg - involves a short sea crossing where the entire train is loaded onto a ferry. The train passengers all have to disembark for the duration of the Posted by mohn in Post-Jabe travel | Feb 15, 2015
  • West Europe (Munich)Munich is the capital and largest city of the German state of Bavaria, on the banks of River Isar north of the Bavarian Alps. Munich is the third largest city in Germany, after Berlin and Hamburg, with a population of Posted by minitravel in Global Trekker | Feb 15, 2015
  • West Europe (Berlin)Berlin is the capital of Germany, and one of the 16 states of Germany. With a population of 3.5 million people, Berlin is Germany's largest city. It is the second most populous city proper and the seventh most populous urban Posted by minitravel in Global Trekker | Feb 15, 2015
  • Oh Germany!Last year I went to Germany on 3 separate occasions. Oh Germany, stop being so cool, you're costing me too much money! I really like Germany; I like the food, I like the people, I like the language Posted by Fi M in For the love of getting lost! | Feb 11, 2015
  • Tempelhof!My last five nights in Berlin, I moved out to the East of Mitte, to another really good hostel, East Seven. It was really sociable, and had a happy hour on beer (these two things couldn't possibly be connected), so Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Feb 9, 2015
  • Berlin: City of ContrastsSomehow I failed to mention the early start I was forced to have on my first morning in Berlin. I was woken from a sound sleep at about 5:30 by the presence of two policemen in the room. One of Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Feb 5, 2015
  • And now its off to Berlin I goGoing by train from Copenhagen to Berlin doesn't look logical, or even possible - the bit of Denmark containing Copenhagen does not connect by land with mainland Europe. There are a couple of long bridges, but the gap between Denmark Posted by NZBarry in Barry Travels the World | Jan 30, 2015
  • The Bags Are PackedThe bags are packed.....and I've left the uk via my favourite airport Luton...aka the airport that had the cheapest fare to my first port of call Berlin! A quick note on my pre trip preparations - having made a previous extended Posted by stuhutchuk in A One Way Ticket To Bangkok | Jan 30, 2015
  • Connecting the armistice train...from Compiègne to Crawinkel Inside the armistice train on 9.11.1918 (Source: Wikipedia) Crawinkel, Thuringia: German monument for the ar Posted by LuxuryRogue in Gentleman Adventurer | Jan 10, 2015
  • Days 143-148: Munich, GermanyWent on the walking tour. Checked out the huge parks here (bigger than Central or Hyde or Golden Gate). There're lakes with paddle boats and water fowl... And biergartens next to the water! Eating lotsa wurst Posted by ErnieLG in Destination Unknown | Dec 29, 2014
  • Day 140: Dresden, GermanyI took a bus here so I could carpool to Czech, but I checked it out for a few hours. It was nice! Lotsa old palaces and churches and stuff. I'll come back sometime. Zwinger Palace: 9.5 Posted by ErnieLG in Destination Unknown | Dec 29, 2014
  • Days 132-139: Berlin, GermanyMan, berlin's pretty fucking sweet. Got here just in time to see Germany destroy Argentina in the Cup finals. They had public screenings of the match on huuge screens throughout the middle of the city with bars, DJs, Posted by ErnieLG in Destination Unknown | Dec 29, 2014
  • Days 129-131: Hamburg, GermanyHamburg was pretty cool. I went on some tours, and explored the city a lot. I stayed with a German, and she showed me around, too. We went to the beach, went on some ferries, walked through Posted by ErnieLG in Destination Unknown | Dec 29, 2014
  • Days 127-128: Kiel, GermanyWell, my friend Ninette let me stay at her place with her fiancé. It was a nice intro to Germany, but more importantly, I got to get really clean after camping and being so dirty for a week. Posted by ErnieLG in Destination Unknown | Dec 29, 2014
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