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Photo by jeffwilcox

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    Peristal Signum: Labyrinth Inside a Berlin Club

    Berlin’s most surrealist bar experience is right where you’d expect it to be—in the trendy Friedrichshain borough where all the American hipsters and drunk tourists hang out. Just a few blocks from some of Berlin’s most legendary nightclubs, the club Wilde Renate is a mismatched collection of buildings surrounding a small beer garden.

    An easy place to get lost in—even more so because there’s a purposely built labyrinth underneath the club called Peristal Signum. For 10€ you can enter the labyrinth (blindfolded at first, and always alone) and make your way through what's seemingly a metal junkyard. Used car parts, strange noises, dark spaces & bright lights can all be found on the inside.

    Blog Post Losing myself in Berlin’s most surrealist bar & labyrinth

    August 1st 2013
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    Berlinale Film Festival

    The annual Berlinale Film Festival is one of the highlights of any winter IMHO. There’s little better than curling up in a cinema during a particularly depressing winter day. The Film Festival attracts celebrities and stars from around the world and the features previewed here are often some of the best shown around the world.

    Pay close attention to the "Generation" films, the Berlinale’s section for children and youths. Tickets are often cheaper and you just might be surprised.

    Blog Post 10 Reasons Why To Visit Berlin in the Winter

    August 2nd 2013
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    Best Breakfast in Berlin

    The best way to start the day in Berlin or a way to end your trip in the city is by starting of the day by visiting this little cafe in a hidden court yard. My friend and loved it so much we returned there twice! The best cheese and salmon bagel I ever tasted and the surroundings are great too.

    Blog Post Historical Walks and Talks in Berlin

    August 6th 2013
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    Visit Abandoned Spaces in Berlin

    Berlin is an evolving city and is regularly changing. That means many of its buildings are left stranded and abandoned. With the city's unique graffiti & creative culture, however, these abandoned spaces are often perfect for urban exploring.

    Do a bit of research before visiting abandoned places in Berlin to avoid run-ins with the police, unfortunate homeless inhabitants or zombies. And as always: be safe - many places are often illegal to enter even if the gates are unlocked and wide open to the public.

    Blog Post PHOTO ESSAY: Abandoned Berlin Hospital

    August 26th 2013
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    Napalm @ The Bird

    If you're looking for an tasty steak whilst in Berlin, The Bird is a perfect place to visit. It's a New York style bar and steakhouse with some superb steaks and burgers on offer. The place has a relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff, dining on their long wooden benches is a great way to spend an afternoon.

    Needless to say the food is great and the sauces, dressings are made fresh daily.

    For the brave visitor, try the napalm chili sauce with their napalm chicken wings. But seriously, be warned, they are extremely hot! I managed two of them but most of my friends couldn't handle one. Extreme caution is needed!

    Website The Bird Berlin Website

    Twitter @thebirdinberlin
    August 2nd 2013

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