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  • James (@jamesd2401) and his obligatory tourist selfie...check! Look at that smile though, what a beaut!
  • James (@jamesd2401) and his obligatory tourist selfie...check! Look at that smile though, what a beaut!

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  • 😴 tired 💤2002

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  • 🎈 Janet Jackson - That's The Way Love Goes
  • 🎈 Janet Jackson - That's The Way Love Goes

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  • 🌈 Janet Jackson - Go Deep
  • 🌈 Janet Jackson - Go Deep

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  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @awesomeberlin 
Auf dem höchsten Punkt des Viktoriaparks steht das Nationaldenkmal für die Befreiungskriege. Und genau dahinter versteckt sich ein kleiner Weinberg. Wunderschöner Herbst-Spot, oder?
Falls Du diesen Herbst-Tipp langweilig findest, hast Du bestimmt einen besseren für uns, oder? 🌍At the highest point of the Victoria Park stands the Prussian National Monument to the Wars of Liberation. And right behind it, there is a hidden small vineyard. Beautiful fall spot, right?

If you find this autumn tip boring, you'll have a better one for us, won't you?
  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @awesomeberlin
    Auf dem höchsten Punkt des Viktoriaparks steht das Nationaldenkmal für die Befreiungskriege. Und genau dahinter versteckt sich ein kleiner Weinberg. Wunderschöner Herbst-Spot, oder?
    Falls Du diesen Herbst-Tipp langweilig findest, hast Du bestimmt einen besseren für uns, oder? 🌍At the highest point of the Victoria Park stands the Prussian National Monument to the Wars of Liberation. And right behind it, there is a hidden small vineyard. Beautiful fall spot, right?

    If you find this autumn tip boring, you'll have a better one for us, won't you?

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  • Berlin - In the capital city of Germany, one can surely expect to be spellbound by the beauty and richness of everything the place takes pride in. Berlin blends the rich historical culture with just the right amount of romance. This city is friendly, welcoming and has a mind-boggling cuisine for you to sit back and devour the pleasures. Your stay here will make you feel at home as the staff in hotels are basically very friendly. Take your loved one to the tall TV tower to get a good view of the bustling city and make it all romantic just the way he/she likes it.

Berlin is filled with exciting attractions and a wide variety of things to do. Regarded as one of the greenest European capitals, Berlin boasts exquisite parks as well as a myriad of cultural features. If you are planning to visit this exciting capital city, be sure to check out the following attractions: · Museum Island - One of Europe’s most memorable cultural centers, Berlin’s Museum Island is home to five renowned museums that are among the finest in the world. The museums include the Altes Museum (commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm III in 1830), the Old National Gallery, the Neues Museum, the Bode Museum, and the Pergamon Museum. Babylonian antiquities, Greek and Roman artifacts, and various art collections are some of the cultural attractions on display on Museum Island. · Holocaust Memorial- More than 6,000 Jews lost their lives at the hands of the Nazis. The Holocaust Memorial features a myriad of unmarked stone slabs. Their placement indicates a sense of instability and disorientation. The memorial can be visited at any time, day or night and is situated near the Brandenburg Gate. · Berlin is home to landmarks and monuments that should not be missed on a visit to Berlin. The most well-known of the city’s landmarks is the Brandenburg Gate, which is 300 years old. Other must-see landmarks include the Statue of Frederick the Great, the Palace Bridge and its statues, and the Monument to Soviet Soldiers. Visiting the monuments also allows travelers to witness other attractions of the city.
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To learn more contact info@travelistagoddes.com or visit www.travelistagoddess.com
  • Berlin - In the capital city of Germany, one can surely expect to be spellbound by the beauty and richness of everything the place takes pride in. Berlin blends the rich historical culture with just the right amount of romance. This city is friendly, welcoming and has a mind-boggling cuisine for you to sit back and devour the pleasures. Your stay here will make you feel at home as the staff in hotels are basically very friendly. Take your loved one to the tall TV tower to get a good view of the bustling city and make it all romantic just the way he/she likes it.

    Berlin is filled with exciting attractions and a wide variety of things to do. Regarded as one of the greenest European capitals, Berlin boasts exquisite parks as well as a myriad of cultural features. If you are planning to visit this exciting capital city, be sure to check out the following attractions: · Museum Island - One of Europe’s most memorable cultural centers, Berlin’s Museum Island is home to five renowned museums that are among the finest in the world. The museums include the Altes Museum (commissioned by Friedrich Wilhelm III in 1830), the Old National Gallery, the Neues Museum, the Bode Museum, and the Pergamon Museum. Babylonian antiquities, Greek and Roman artifacts, and various art collections are some of the cultural attractions on display on Museum Island. · Holocaust Memorial- More than 6,000 Jews lost their lives at the hands of the Nazis. The Holocaust Memorial features a myriad of unmarked stone slabs. Their placement indicates a sense of instability and disorientation. The memorial can be visited at any time, day or night and is situated near the Brandenburg Gate. · Berlin is home to landmarks and monuments that should not be missed on a visit to Berlin. The most well-known of the city’s landmarks is the Brandenburg Gate, which is 300 years old. Other must-see landmarks include the Statue of Frederick the Great, the Palace Bridge and its statues, and the Monument to Soviet Soldiers. Visiting the monuments also allows travelers to witness other attractions of the city.
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    To learn more contact info@travelistagoddes.com or visit www.travelistagoddess.com

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  • The assembly of Hotel Bar: a tranquil, floral afternoon of calm before the evening storm of patrons.
  • The assembly of Hotel Bar: a tranquil, floral afternoon of calm before the evening storm of patrons.

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  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @herrhehn

Lorenz Adlon erfüllte Kaiser Wilhelm II. einen großen Wunsch. Er baute das Luxushotel Adlon, in dem fortan Kaiser, Könige und viele bekannte Persönlichkeiten residierten. 
Der Bau kostete knapp 20 Millionen Mark. Damit übertrafen die Baukosten deutlich die des zeitgleich fertig gestellten Berliner Doms (1907). Dieser kostete „nur“ 11,5 Millionen Mark. 
Seit wir keinen Kaiser mehr haben, kosten die Gebäude viel mehr. Der BER kostet uns jetzt schon 7 Milliarden und ist noch nicht mal eröffnet. 🌍
Lorenz Adlon fulfilled a great wish of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He built the luxury hotel Adlon, that hosted emperors, kings and many famous personalities.
The construction cost nearly 20 million marks. The costs clearly exceeded those of the Berlin Cathedral (1907), which was completed at the same time. The "bargain" was of 11.5 million marks.

But let's face it: Since we no longer have a Kaiser, the buildings cost much more. The BER is already costing us 7 billion and hasn't even opened yet.
  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @herrhehn

    Lorenz Adlon erfüllte Kaiser Wilhelm II. einen großen Wunsch. Er baute das Luxushotel Adlon, in dem fortan Kaiser, Könige und viele bekannte Persönlichkeiten residierten.
    Der Bau kostete knapp 20 Millionen Mark. Damit übertrafen die Baukosten deutlich die des zeitgleich fertig gestellten Berliner Doms (1907). Dieser kostete „nur“ 11,5 Millionen Mark.
    Seit wir keinen Kaiser mehr haben, kosten die Gebäude viel mehr. Der BER kostet uns jetzt schon 7 Milliarden und ist noch nicht mal eröffnet. 🌍
    Lorenz Adlon fulfilled a great wish of Kaiser Wilhelm II. He built the luxury hotel Adlon, that hosted emperors, kings and many famous personalities.
    The construction cost nearly 20 million marks. The costs clearly exceeded those of the Berlin Cathedral (1907), which was completed at the same time. The "bargain" was of 11.5 million marks.

    But let's face it: Since we no longer have a Kaiser, the buildings cost much more. The BER is already costing us 7 billion and hasn't even opened yet.

  •  3,933  31  20 November, 2019
  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @im_an10

Wusstest Du, dass die Station Friedrichstraße im letzten Jahr die meisten Passagierzahlen nach dem Ostkreuz hatte?
Bestimmt hast Du keine Ahnung, wie viele Fahrgäste hier täglich lang fahren, oder?
a)	100.000
b)	200.000
c)	300.000 🌍
Last year Friedrichstraße had the highest number of passengers after Ostkreuz.
I'm sure you have no idea how many passengers travel here every day, do you?
a)	100.000
b)	200.000
c)	300.000
  • #BerlinGram 🚩 📸 @im_an10

    Wusstest Du, dass die Station Friedrichstraße im letzten Jahr die meisten Passagierzahlen nach dem Ostkreuz hatte?
    Bestimmt hast Du keine Ahnung, wie viele Fahrgäste hier täglich lang fahren, oder?
    a) 100.000
    b) 200.000
    c) 300.000 🌍
    Last year Friedrichstraße had the highest number of passengers after Ostkreuz.
    I'm sure you have no idea how many passengers travel here every day, do you?
    a) 100.000
    b) 200.000
    c) 300.000

  •  2,378  18  19 November, 2019