INTRODUCTION

Image from Telegraph.co.ukFive years ago, I fell in love with a Berliner.

Now, I’ve fallen in love with the city too.

Join me in my journey, and let’s explore the city of Berlin and beyond.

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10 thoughts on “INTRODUCTION

    1. theberlinbook Post author

      Hi Karlota, sure, we can meet at Alexanderplatz! Message me any time. πŸ™‚ I am still getting used to the cold though, haha. Oh, we have relatives in Dresden, and will be planning a trip soon, so I’ll definitely let you know when. Hope you and your family are doing great!

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  1. justbluedutch

    I exactly knew the feeling of nostalgia.. Germany is really a beautiful country,so as Ph. I love the fact that you’re handling it so well. Goodluck on your adventures & I look forward to know more of Berlin through your eyes. πŸ™‚

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  2. jesh stg

    Lived one year in Berlin right after I got married, because hubby was working there in Zehlendorf, but I’ve never forgotten this city. Loved to go out there – the whole atmosphere of the city when it was W-Berlin! On the pic, which part of Berlin are you showing?

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    1. theberlinbook Post author

      It is an amazing city, and I think it makes an impression on everyone who lives or even passes by. This view should be of Friedrichsain-Kreuzberg. πŸ™‚ I had to take one from a Google search for now, since I haven’t taken a good one of my own yet. Thanks for stopping by! πŸ™‚

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