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Winter in Berlin, by Ian R Mitchell

I recently reviewed Winter in Berlin by Ian R Mitchell for TripFiction, one of my favourite sites (as it should be for anyone who loves both to travel and to read, and thinks the two can be fruitfully combined). I … Continue reading

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Charlottenburg, Berlin

Our last full day in Berlin we decide to shop. All we’ve bought here so far, apart from food and drink, is a box of tea lights, a signed calendar from a painter called Andrea Sroke with a stall in … Continue reading

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Schöneberg, Berlin

Our pocket-sized Lonely Planet guide book says Schöneberg is Berlin’s gay village so we take the S-Bahn from Alexanderplatz and head out there, leaving the train at Nollendorfplatz. This puts us in the middle of the itinerary suggested by the … Continue reading

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Hackescher Markt, Berlin

It’s just started to rain and we’re looking for somewhere to eat. The place we chose earlier is full and the fall-back place has a large TV above the only available table so we head back to Hackescher Markt to see what … Continue reading

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