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Guten Tag! Top 10 Movies About Berlin

October 28, 2012
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Lights, Camera, Berlin!

One of the perils of being a perpetual traveler is that you always have one foot here, and another foot somewhere else, making it slightly difficult at times to live 100% in the present. Today, though both feet were planted firmly in LA […]

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48 Hours in Berlin, Germany

October 25, 2012
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Berlin, often referred to as a “poor, but sexy” city is the political and cultural capital of Germany. Although it attracts a steady stream of artists, writers, and intellectuals, there is something for all tastes, interests, and budgets. After twenty years of the fall of the Berlin Wall […]

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An Ode to My Year in Deutschland [Germany]

October 24, 2012
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My, oh my, how time flies…

Deutschland, our one-year affair got off to a very rocky start, but it is with great happiness and pride that I say I truly feel blessed to have lived in such an incredible country. Sure, I bashed every inch of you […]

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Berlin: A Culinary Melting Pot

October 13, 2012
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Berlin boasts a dining scene that is vibrant, diverse, innovative, and fiercely competitive. The German capital offers much more than just sausages, sauerkraut, and beer, as some may think. Berlin is in a constant state of change, and today, it has become a melting pot of cultures and […]

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Debunked! Top 15 Myths About Germany

October 11, 2012
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1)   German roads have no speed limits. As much as Germans love their fast cars, they value order far more, and that kind of chaos would kill them. Roads do, in fact, have speed limits. What you may be referring to is the Autobahn, the simple […]

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How to Get to Central Berlin from the Airport

October 1, 2012
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Berlin enjoys a very well-connected, relatively inexpensive, and efficient public transportation system. There are two main airports in the city: Tegel (TXL), located in the northwest and Schoenefeld (SXF), located in the southeast. Both are international airports, but Schoenefeld mostly caters to charter flights and low-budget […]

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The Culinary Crusades: Dining Trends Around the World

September 22, 2012
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“Cultivation to the mind is as necessary as food to the body.” –Marcus Tullius Cicero
Innovation and food. The socialization of dining has weaved into the very fabric of our society, as new ways of experiencing food are constantly being developed and redefined, giving rise to a series […]

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Dos Palillos: Chopsticks and Toothpicks

September 21, 2012
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The city was Berlin. The language was English. The waiter was Polish. The restaurant designers were French. The cuisine was a blend of Spanish and Asian. I’m painting the scene of my dining experience at Dos Palillos, a restaurant that blatantly lies at the crux of globalization […]

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September 2012 :: Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany

September 11, 2012
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What: Oktoberfest, otherwise known as the “World’s Biggest Beer Festival”

Oktoberfest is an annual autumn festival that is associated with the consumption of large amounts of beer and traditional German foods. It’s also a chance for men (Lederhosen) and women (Dirndl) to dress in […]

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Urlaub (Vacation) in Germany

September 4, 2012
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In Germany, it’s common to take 4-6 weeks off during the summer, and close everything, including your business to go on vacation. As I was meandering through the streets of Berlin at the end of July, I noticed a rather cheery yellow sign plastered outside a […]

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