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Go Further with Food with Meal Planning

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has celebrated National Nutrition Month® since 1980. Themes have ranged from Food Fads Fool to Step Up to Get Your Plate in Shape. The goal each year includes increasing awareness of the importance of nutrition. Even though National Nutrition Month® is coming to a close, the key points of […]

SUPERFOODS & ORGANIC LIQUIDS

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BERLIN FOTO BIENNALE

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'TIL THE COWS COME HOME

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Café Achteck – Berlin’s Green Pissoir

by David @ Berlin Love

If you’ve spent time wandering around Berlin you may have occasionally noticed a small green metal hut that looks a little like a summer house but did you stop to wonder what it was? The structure you noticed, known locally as a Café Achteck (Octagonal Café), is actually a toilet. I saw my first Café […]

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PET SHOP BEARS

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Deutsche Staatsoper

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Kommentar zu Apulien: Privatdomizil im weißen Ostuni von Palazzina Alchimia: Privater Palast in Fasano - Die Insiderei

by Palazzina Alchimia: Privater Palast in Fasano - Die Insiderei @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] bereits drei stilvolle Ferienhäuser in Apulien. Ein Hideaway in der Landschaft von Puglia und ein Gästehaus in Ostuni führt sie auch. Zusammen bilden die drei die „Alchimia Collection“. Sie sind allesamt als […]

La Lucha Berlin Modern Mexican Restaurant

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Reformationstag

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Liebe Gäste,

am Reformationstag, den 31. Okt 2017 haben wir geschlossen.

Am 01. Nov 2017 haben wir wieder wie gewohnt geöffnet und freuen uns auf euren Besuch.

Wir wünschen euch einen schönen Feiertag.

Euer Sapôres Team

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Tag der Deutschen Einheit

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Liebe Gäste,

am 03. Oktober, dem Tag der Deutschen Einheit, haben wir geschlossen.

Am 04. Oktober haben wir wieder wie gewohnt geöffnet und freuen uns auf euren Besuch.

Wir wünschen euch einen schönen Feiertag.

Euer Sapôres Team

Der Beitrag Tag der Deutschen Einheit erschien zuerst auf Sapôres - Sàigòn Street Food.

District Môt, Saigon Street Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin

District Môt, Saigon Street Food, Mitte - Foodie in Berlin


Foodie in Berlin

So District Môt.  On the former site of Chi Sing and from the people who brought us Si An Trà Café and Chén Chè Tea House.  The design is like being whacked in the face with a bag of obvious.   It’s street food – so the whole place is meant to emulate that.  I’ve...Read More »

BecomeNomad’s Newsletter from Krakow, Poland

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Hello fellow nomads, This month’s BecomeNomad newsletter is from Krakow Poland, but before I get to that, let me tell you about our first ever webinar this week. We will meet on “google hangouts” call on Thursday on 6 PM UK time, to discuss the topic of “My digital nomad case study”. We will basically discuss how my […]

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Sunday Documentary: Berlin – Symphony of a Great City

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin – Symphony of a Great City, released in 1927, is a classic of the golden age of silent film and a compelling document of life in Berlin in the interwar years. The film is presented as a day in the life of Berlin but Walter Ruttmann edited together footage recorded over the course of […]

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Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento

Saigon Street Eat - Authentic Vietnamese Street Food in Sacramento


Saigon Street Eat

Saigon Street Eat - authentic Vietnamese street foods of Saigon, like Pho, Banh Mi, Rice Paper Rolls & more. Wine & beer selection. Vegetarian-friendly.

Weekend in Milan – A First Timer’s Guide

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Are you planning a weekend in Milan? Are you looking for an easy Milan itinerary to spend 24, 36 or 48 hours in the city? Here we’ve covered all the essentials, everything you need to know to spend the perfect long weekend in Milan – or even a short one! You’ve come to Milan for […]

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Vietnamese dynasties

Vietnamese dynasties


EXBERLINER.com

Who’s behind the new wave of Vietnamese food in Berlin? Three mini-empires, run by close-knit families who seem to strike gold with each new venture. We asked their bosses for the secret of their success.

Street Art Museum - Urban Nation

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ZOLLPACKHOF BIERGARTEN

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PHOTOGRAPHY MUSEUM

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Night Kitchen Berlin

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Traveling Using Dorm Rooms in Hostels

Traveling Using Dorm Rooms in Hostels

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

Traveling alone can get very expensive, if you take accommodation into account. A private room has only one, fixed price, no matter how many people stay in it. So if you’re on a budget and not traveling as a couple, the concept of a dorm bed can be a life-saver. Not only does it save […]

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Bernauerstrasse area Berlin Wall Memorial

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Lula Negotiating with Police, Files Appeal Before Supreme Court after Deadline for Surrender Passes

by Bubble Staff @ The Bubble | Argentina News

Police announce they will not make arrest today as supporters stream toward union building.

Stiefelkombinat-Berlin

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Top Traditional Culture Shows in Saigon

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

Let’s start with Saigon to find the wonderful culture of Vietnam: HAT BOI The first performance is a 700 year-old Vietnamese opera called Hat Boi. The four kings represent the natural forces of thunder, lightning, rain, and wind. HAT CHAU VAN This beautiful 400 year-old fan dance has some spooky moments. It’s represents the folk […]

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Neighborhood Guides – Berlin City West

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

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City West is booming again. The surroundings of Tauentzienstrasse – and its extension Kurfürstendamm – are having a 3rd rebirth. The area started developing in the Wilhelmine era, when it was not yet part of Berlin, after the construction of the train station at the Zoological Garden, which helped Berlin expand its boundaries to the west. It was conceived as a commercial and entertainment center of the German Empire’s capital, in addition to the historical centre in Mitte. It was led by the Kurfürstendamm transformation into a boulevard and the opening of the now centenarians department store KaDeWe and the Theater des Westens, two of the most emblematic constructions of that time. Foto:KSP Jürgen Engel Architektenhttps://www.berliner-zeitung.de/1546538 During the Weimar Republic, the area was incorporated to Berlin and was synonymous of the decadent luxury of the Golden Twenties. After the bombardments during the Second World War, the center of West Berlin lived its second  life and it was considered as a window of the progress and the “economic miracle” of West Germany in the 1960s. From 1961 to 1989, when the city was divided by the Wall, the area was developed to be the counterpart to the old town center in [...]

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How to Travel as a Nomad While Pregnant

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Written by Jake Olivier How to Travel as a Nomad while Pregnant Traveling across the globe as a nomad can be an incredibly enriching lifestyle; enabling you to discover new cultures and explore the local intricacies of international regions in a manner that most tourists will not have the opportunity to experience. However, many expectant […]

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It’s Impossible to Move Around the City as Marches, Protests Plague the Streets

by Bubble Staff @ The Bubble | Argentina News

Different state workers unions, as well as social organizations are carrying out different measures of protest against the "City government's austerity measures."

LO MEN'S NOODLE HOUSE

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Being Stuck in Israel, but back on the road soon!

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Hello fellow Nomads, Long time no write, my apologies. The modern life is crashing my ability to supply you with nomadic inspiration, as I focus on fighting my ever growing Inbox. With that said, I always love hearing from you, so send me an email if you have any questions or comments. Greetings from Israel, where […]

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Berlin’s Best: Ice Cream Guide 2017 | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Germans love ice cream. I mean, we all love ice cream! Who doesn't LOVE ice cream!? As a result, Berlin is full of ice cream places, many of them with lines out the door, because ice cream is one of the rare things in life, Germans  (everyone) willingly queues for. Thanks to this wild love, the local scene is thriving with excellent places spread all over, who'll serve you frozen treats in all their varieties. I made this guide to help you find the best places with the finest ice cream in the city.

BURGERS & HIPHOP

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In Search of the Secrets of Argentina’s Great Steak

by Adrian Brijbassi @ Vacay Network

In Buenos Aires, your hunt for the finest grilled beef is a journey you will remember long after you’ve savored the last delicious bite.

Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide: Where and What to Eat

Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide: Where and What to Eat


A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Your Ho Chi Minh City Food Guide. An intro to Vietnamese food and where to get the best in HCMC!

Simple methods to finding cheap Flights

Simple methods to finding cheap Flights

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

Flights are one of the most expensive items while traveling, especially if you are a long term traveler or a digital nomad. Yet, there are some easy ways of reducing the expenses that flight tickets gobble up. This article will focus on the specific mindset and methods to do so without using frequent flyer miles […]

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STASI PRISON

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Kommentar zu micasaenlisboa – ein Zuhause zum Mieten in Lissabon von myhomeinlisbon @insiderei.com | URLAUBSARCHITEKTUR | HOLIDAYARCHITECTURE

by myhomeinlisbon @insiderei.com | URLAUBSARCHITEKTUR | HOLIDAYARCHITECTURE @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] Insiderei presents myhomeinlisbon, a modern townhouse in Lisbon (German version only) […]

Vietnam’s Classic Folk Paintings

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

Folk paintings are a combination of traditional cultural values with ancient artistic methods that have been created through the labour of past generations. There are two types of Vietnamese folk paintings, Tet (Lunar New Year Festival) paintings and worshipping paintings.  The Vietnamese believe in ancestor worship and the deification of natural phenomena, both of which […]

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7 Amazing Things to do in Cortina in Winter

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Welcome to my first love… no, that’s not Nick, it’s mountains! A couple of weeks ago my friend Claudia and I got to visit a place I thought I’d never go to – Cortina d’Ampezzo, the Pearl of the Dolomites. Come and discover the 7 best things to do in Cortina in winter with us! […]

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Transforming Healthcare in Missouri Recap – Video Now Available

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

Co-hosted by the Center for Health Economics and Policy and the Clark-Fox Policy Institute, Transforming Healthcare in Missouri brought together healthcare providers, payers, consumers, researchers, economists, advocates and policymakers to generate and discuss ideas for healthcare reform in Missouri. Hosts Timothy McBride, PhD, Professor, Brown School and Co-Director, Center for Health Economics and Policy Gary Parker, Director, Clark-Fox Policy Institute and […]

Saigon Street Food- THE 16 BEST STREET-FOOD CITIES IN THE WORLD - Saigon-online.net

Saigon Street Food- THE 16 BEST STREET-FOOD CITIES IN THE WORLD - Saigon-online.net


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Saigon Street Food- THE 16 BEST STREET-FOOD CITIES IN THE WORLD. What is the reason that makes the city of Vietnam ranked so high?

Da Nang Expats Come for the Beach, Stay to Pursue their Passion

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

When I first moved to Europe nearly four years ago, I thought I would meet an exciting, vibrant and passionate community of expats.

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How to Avoid Trouble When Traveling (and in life in general)

How to Avoid Trouble When Traveling (and in life in general)

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

This article is an extension to the topic of the risks of traveling. There we discussed the specific risks you should be aware of when traveling, and methods of dealing with each of those risks. With this article I’ll recommend some key universal rules, which form the basics of how to avoid trouble when traveling. […]

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Disadvantages of a Nomadic Lifestyle

Disadvantages of a Nomadic Lifestyle

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

Download | Stitcher | Itunes   We’ve already gone through the advantages of a nomadic lifestyle, and now it’s time to paint the full picture and discuss the disadvantages of a nomadic lifestyle. Life, in general, puts a cost on every decision we make. If the nomadic lifestyle were purely advantageous, everyone would be doing it. […]

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The Best Places in Berlin 2018: A Map | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

The map has arrived! Clad in bright Pantone orange, the new and updated edition of the Best Places in Berlin map is a stunner – easily doubling as a mood-brightener during grey winter days. First and foremost, it's a collection of over 100 excellent places in Berlin to eat, drink, shop, and have fun. All of them were carefully selected by yours truly – only small-scale and independent businesses run by locals (albeit locals from all over the world).

Hako Ramen | Stil in Berlin

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Koh Mook Island: Southern Thailand’s Best Kept Secret (shhhh!)

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

I stepped onto a rickety old long-tail boat with my week’s worth of clothes stuffed into my backpack. The sun-weathered barefoot fishermen were

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Öffnungszeiten Sonntag, 28.01.18

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Liebe Gäste,

aufgrund eines Wasserschadens im Gebäude muss das Restaurant am Sonntag, 28.01.18,  leider geschlossen bleiben.

Am Montag sind wir wieder wie üblich für euch da.

Euer Sapores Team

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NENI BERLIN

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Travel and the Art of Running Away from Yourself

Travel and the Art of Running Away from Yourself

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

As promised, once again I return to answer comments left on the blog. This week’s article deals with a deep exploration of choosing long term travel, and a nomadic lifestyle. Can it be the answer that we’ve been looking for, to make everything right with life? Can you actually run away from yourself? Or maybe […]

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Spring is here: Salt & Silver on twisted Gin & Tonics | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Gin and Tonic is rightfully one of the most popular drinks around: its concept is simple and straightforward, and can easily be upgraded by adding one or three ingredients. However, I think it should always be based on a high quality gin with distinct botanical notes. was launched in 1830, and is still produced after a fiercely guarded recipe. Its key botanicals are juniper, coriander, angelica root and liquorice, with a strong juniper note. In order to explore the possibilities of G&T, Jo and Cosy, the two creatives behind Hamburg's uber-popular food pop-up Salt & Silver, traveled country. Inspired by Charles Tanqueray's six years of developing the perfect London Dry Gin, they joined forces with local chefs and bartenders to reinvent the classic drink and pair it with locally inspired dishes. In Munich, beer liqueur and sweet mustard were used to make a real Bavarian version, in Hamburg, Paola Labansat added grapes and citrus thyme, which was served with ceviche, fish tacos, and basil ice cream. Read on to find out how Berlin did in this challenge and get some inspiration for your next G&T creation...

Proposed Medicaid Work Requirements Would Affect Fewer in Missouri

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

This article originally appeared in The Source and is reprinted here with permission.  Those Who Would Be Affected Could Face Bleak Job Prospects Significantly fewer people in Missouri than in other participating states would be affected if Medicaid recipients were required to take part in some kind of work, volunteering or other tasks in order to maintain […]

BRLO BREWHOUSE

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KaDeWe Department Store

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Join Raising Race Conscious Children on April 19th for our interactive workshop/webinar

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

Thursday, April 19th, 8 PM EST Interactive Workshop/Webinar: NOTE: Registration for this webinar will close one week prior on Thursday, April 12th. We often avoid talking about race with our young children but, whether we like it or not, children notice...

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How to Land Your First Online Writing Gig

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

If you want to live remotely, you need cash. It pays for a bed no matter where you are in the world and funds a life of adventure. With great food, amazing experiences and so many stories, you’ll never want to stop. But how do you get this lifestyle for yourself? Without a background in programming or […]

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Acquiring a Taste for the Cuisine of Nice and Cooking Skills Too

by Adrian Brijbassi @ Vacay Network

At Les Petits Farcis, a cooking school run by an expat Canadian, visitors to the Cote d’Azur explore the distinct flavors and culture of France’s southern metropolis.

BERLINER BERG BRAUEREI

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Moleskine mit Café in Hamburg

by Franziska Riedl @ Die Insiderei

In Hamburgs Spitalerstraße hat Deutschlands erstes Moleskine Café eröffnet. Mit integriertem Kunstspace und Shop. Und vielen Notizblöcken, Kalendern und Planern zum Kaufen.

Der Beitrag Moleskine mit Café in Hamburg erschien zuerst auf Die Insiderei.

A CABARET STORY

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CAFÉ EINSTEIN STAMMHAUS

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Fundamental Berlin

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STREET ART WALK ALONG DIRCKENSTRASSE

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Berlin Tempelhof Airport – Impressive and Deactivated

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

AWESOME BERLIN

If you’ve lived in Berlin long enough, you’ve no doubt been to Tempelhofer Feld – a sprawling public park that’s especially popular in the summer and a ‘must-see’ spot in the city.  But what about that huge building on the horizon? This striking display of architecture is a symbol of Berlin’s eventful history, otherwise known as Flughafen Berlin-Tempelhof (or Berlin Tempelhof Airport) and the field is actually the old runway and a part of the main terminal building. Its distinctive Neoclassical, Nazi architecture style is very imposing and makes for some monumental viewing. It no longer functions as a working airport and is now a protected monument, however parts of the building are open to the public through guided tours, and so we spent two hours on one of them to get a look behind the scenes and hear for ourselves just how this historical landmark came to be – the time flew by (ahem). Our guide was very knowledgeable (as you’d expect from a tour guide!) but also explained things interestingly and enthusiastically, answering questions as we went and allowing for all the picture taking. Tempelhof officially became an airport on 8 October 1923 and the old terminal was [...]

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Ordering (and actually receiving) your packages in Berlin

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

AWESOME BERLIN

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – for some. For others, the Christmas season can be a real headache, particularly when living away from your home country. Receiving packages from loved ones is of course a nice treat, and ordering the things you like online from familiar shops you know and love can cure any homesickness for a short while. But, living as an expat in a city like Berlin, you’re likely to be receiving more items on average than the locals do, and that means waiting for multiple deliveries around this time of year. We thought it might be a good idea to give you a heads up about situations that often come up so you can plan in advance and avoid the hassle. In fact, we were super happy when our friends at Paypal invited us to collaborate this winter by giving you some understanding of the challenges of shopping online and actually receiving your packages in Berlin. Plus there is a cool tip in the end of this article…if you decide, after all, to return your packages. Experiences can include: racing to the intercom to answer the buzzer in a VERY quick fashion before the [...]

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Top 5 summer coolers in Ho Chi Minh City

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

For expats, tourists and even locals, the summer heat in Ho Chi Minh City is such a nightmare challenge. So, it is no surprise to find a numerous range of special drinks here. Let’s go with us to find some special summer coolers at Ho Chi Minh now: Coconut juice Coconut juice is a helpful […]

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Horvati – Cheers since 1967

by Nevena Mikec @ Zagreb Spotted by Locals

"Horvati" Zagreb (est. 1967) used to be a cafe; now it's a taphouse with amazing Croatian craft beers. I always meet someone familiar & someone new here.

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How Molecular Biology Is Making Medicine More Precise

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

This post is a lay introduction on how molecular biology is increasingly being used to make diagnoses and treatments better tailored to individual patients.

Global Is Also Local

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

By Kate Douglas, 2nd year medical student, Washington University School of Medicine and President, Forum for International Health and Tropical Medicine Global health: it’s a popular buzzword these days. There’s something that feels so fulfilling about focusing on one of the United Nations’ core human rights – health – in a way that transcends political […]

TEMPELHOF PARK

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Highlights From Cristina Kirchner’s Conversation with Rafael Correa

by Bubble Staff @ The Bubble | Argentina News

Populism, neoliberalism and tax havens as seen by two ex heads of state.

Digital Nomad Entrepreneurhip: Building a Startup while Traveling

Digital Nomad Entrepreneurhip: Building a Startup while Traveling

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

There are many ways to sustain yourself as a digital nomad, and I personally think the most fascinating one is building your own Startup, or in other words, creating a product or service (usually online) that didn’t exist before and becoming a nomad entrepreneur. It should be noted however that if you are interested in […]

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WashU Expert: Incentivizing New Uses For Off-Patent Drugs

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

This article originally appeared on The Source and is reprinted here with permission. Generic medications could be an effective way to improve health outcomes while lowering costs, but the existing drug patent system is poorly designed to motivate such discoveries, says an expert on health law at Washington University in St. Louis. Sachs is co-author of the […]

Reading race: Pro-active conversations with young children

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by guest blogger Sarah Bender Miller Children’s books have been an incredibly important part of my parenting journey. Not only have books helped me answer questions, bond with my children, expand world views, and start conversations, but books have also...

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Kommentar zu Masseria Alchimia: Einsames Apulien-Hideaway von Palazzina Alchimia: Privater Palast in Fasano - Die Insiderei

by Palazzina Alchimia: Privater Palast in Fasano - Die Insiderei @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] Strandtage einzubauen. Caroline Grosz besitzt bereits drei stilvolle Ferienhäuser in Apulien. Ein Hideaway in der Landschaft von Puglia und ein Gästehaus in Ostuni führt sie auch. Zusammen bilden die drei die „Alchimia […]

HAUPTBAHNHOF ARCHITECTURE

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Different Types of Nomads

Different Types of Nomads

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

The nomadic lifestyle is unique: unlike most people in today’s world, nomads are constantly changing locations. However, the nomadic lifestyle allows you to choose from wide subsets of modes and methods of travel.  Listed below are some of the more common types of nomads that I have come across while on the road. If you are making the […]

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AUTHENTIC KOREAN FOOD ARIRANG

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Pulitzer Center Participating in WashU Global Health Week

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

By Jon Sawyer, founding director of the Pulitzer Center, and Rebecca Kaplan, education specialist and Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Fellow at the Pulitzer Center.  In the fall of 2014, Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications rescinded a speaking invitation to Michel du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer-Prize-winning photographer for the Washington Post, because he […]

Challenges for Field Research in Remote Areas of Indonesia

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

Indonesia is the world's 4th populous country with 13,000 islands and poor access to physicians is common. Many health research projects in Indonesia are not located in hospitals or clinics of big cities, but instead are in remote settings in the field.

Vegas, Charlottesville, and Remembering Hope

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by guest blogger Martha Haakmat Watching the news about Las Vegas over the last week or so, I remembered spending the final week of summer vacation with family in Maine, watching the news every evening about the terrorism of White...

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Sunday Documentary: Degenerate Art

by David @ Berlin Love

Degenerate Art is a documentary by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art based on the exhibition Degenerate Art: The Fate of the Avant-Garde in Nazi Germany that they put on at the Altes Museum in Berlin in 1992. As with the Nazi book burning of 1933, classifying particular works as degenerate art was part […]

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PIANO SALON CHRISTOPHORI

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Kommentar zu Japanische Omakase-Küche im Shiori Berlin von Japanisch-Chinesische Chuka Ryori Küche im Arai Berlin - Die Insiderei

by Japanisch-Chinesische Chuka Ryori Küche im Arai Berlin - Die Insiderei @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] essen Japan-Küche. So, wie es sie in Europa wohl kein zweites Mal gibt. Wobei – stimmt nicht, im Shiori auch. Das ist das erste Restaurant des Küchengenies. Sein Name: Shiori Arai. Während sich Shiori […]

GardaTrek Winter – Rifugio San Pietro

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Are you looking for the perfect winter hike in the Lake Garda area? Follow this guide and hike to Rifugio San Pietro, a lovely mountain hut with wonderful views over the lake! We woke up with sunshine streaming from our hotel window. After days of grey skies, darkness, and annoying rain, we could see the […]

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Keeping Healthy and dealing with Sickness while Traveling

Keeping Healthy and dealing with Sickness while Traveling

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

This article will discuss three major topics relevant to health while traveling long term which are: Necessary steps to prepare for being sick while traveling How to prevent many potential medical problems while traveling Management of medical conditions as they happen while traveling So without further ado, let’s start: Download | Stitcher | Itunes   Preparation […]

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The Importance of Defining Who You Are

The Importance of Defining Who You Are

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

This article was inspired by a comment that was left about three years ago by Vernon, dealing with the definition of a nomad, and how people may view it differently (read it at the bottom of the article). I have to admit that I used to think that definitions and adjectives were not important and […]

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THE STORE @ SOHO HOUSE

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Street Food Friday: Da Nang’s Famous Mi Quang Noodles….for Breakfast?

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Central Vietnam loves their Mi Quang. They eat it for lunch. They eat it for dinner. And yes…they even eat it for breakfast.   Wait a

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Precision Medicine Research in Diverse Populations

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

Essential to Meeting the Goal of Reaching the Right Patient With the Right Treatment at the Right Time   Many Americans have probably heard the term “precision medicine,” and have hoped that it may have a positive impact on their health or the health of a loved one. But what does it really mean? Does […]

Berlinale 2018: How to get tickets (& what to see) | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

I’ll be honest and admit that, to me, Glühwein and snow are way overrated. Winter as a whole I could do without, tbh. But there’s one reason I don’t skip Berlin for all of its winter months and that’s Berlinale. For ten glorious days, at any time of day, we have our pick of dozens of different films. Most are from corners of the world I’ve not yet explored (Burma! Paraguay! the Democratic Republic of the Congo!), though there’s also Perspektive, an entire program of homegrown German titles (with English subtitles, of course, like all non-English films in the festival).

HOLZMARKT

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Da Nang Food: The Finger-Lickin’ Guide to Eating Bánh Xèo (Vietnamese Sizzling Crepes)

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

You’re waiting in your tiny plastic chair, trying not to drool (…or break the chair) as you hear your Vietnamese savory crepe sizzle

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Mittagsspezial (24.07.2017 – 11.08.2017)

by katrinroot @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Mittagsmenü Sapores ab 24.07.2017.pdf

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Banh Xeo (Sizzling Saigon Crepes) – Best street food in Saigon

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

Banh Xeo are giant savory pancakes that literally translate to sizzling cake because of the noise they make when they are being cooked. A good sizzling cake is a crispy crepe bulging with pork, shrimp, and bean sprouts, plus the garnish of fresh herbs that are characteristic of most authentic Vietnamese dishes. What is Banh Xeo? Banh xeo is […]

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Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Anna Durkes, Italian Ice Cream, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Anna Durkes in Kreuzberg makes gelato.  It’s smoother than your average Berlin kugel and creamier, its richness coats the mouth like butter. The shop isn’t your average eis laden. With an island of cream painted metal furniture looking like oversized stick insects in repose at its center.  On one side is a pale blue wall...

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Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Jung Grün & Blau, Private Kitchen, Moabit’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Do you remember what you were doing when you were 19? I vaguely recall watching too much TV, missing days at a time of University and harrumphing when the world didn’t lay down, prostrate and purring, at my feet. I only bring it up because this weekend a teenager accompanied by a newly minted twenty...

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BecomeNomad from Boulder, Colorado, USA!

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Regards from Boulder, Colorado, USA! Eli is in Poland right now, busy working on some great new updates for StartupBlink.com (a startup ecosystem map project). My name is Molly and I’m another part of your friendly Become Nomad team. This month, we have some super exciting updates to share, so I had better get started! […]

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Leaf the Train – An Autumnal Art Intervention by TOY Crew

by David @ Berlin Love

In the UK, ‘leaves on the tracks’ is a much-ridiculed excuse for late running trains but in Berlin in Autumn 2016 an U-Bahn carriage filled with leaves caused disruption on the city’s U2 line; the seasonal prank was an art intervention by local graffiti and street art collective TOY Crew called Leaf the Train. The […]

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The Myth of Perfect Timing

The Myth of Perfect Timing

by rosshbusch @ BecomeNomad

              Download| Stitcher | Itunes One of the most daunting roadblocks preventing many would-be nomads from making the initial leap into a rewarding lifestyle is when to begin? Timing can be troublesome. I found a comment from April 2017, that focuses on the heart of the matter.  Leah, explained that she felt she […]

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Helmholtzplatz area , Lychenerstrasse, Schliemannstrasse and Dunkerstrasse

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HUMANA Vintage Store

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A New Year’s Review – Lifestyle and Goals

A New Year’s Review – Lifestyle and Goals

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

As a person living a nomadic life, I have already said that this turbulent way of living requires constant analysis. You need to change it as you go and even know when to stop if it comes to that. The last thing you want to do is live a life of constant change without being […]

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Bánh Mí – unser Baguette mit Kolonialgeschichte.

by katrinroot @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Jetzt kommt unser Lieblingssandwich #sandwichlove

Während der Kolonialzeit in der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts brachten die Franzosen ihr Baguette nach Vietnam und den Vietnamesen hat wohl zumindest das Brot gefallen. Übersetzt heißt Bánh mì übrigens „Weizenbrot“.

Die vietnamesischen Baguettes sind kleiner, die Enden auch eher spitz zulaufend, anstatt abgerundet wie das französische Original. Für die tägliche Herstellung des Brotes von unserem Bäckermeister wird kein gewöhnlicher Teig verwendet. Denn dem Weizenmehl wird ein bestimmter Anteil Reismehl hinzugegeben,

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What to do in London in Winter – 15 Fun Activities

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Wondering what to do in London in winter? This evergreen article is the result of 11 years of living in London (between the two of us) and 8 more travelling back and forth! We’ll share 15 awesome things to do in and around London in December, January and February, and a great place to stay right […]

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Travel Breathes Life into You

Travel Breathes Life into You

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

What makes people choose to leave everything behind and start traveling, with no end in sight? The main reason that keeps coming up is the feeling of consciousness and awareness people receive when they decide to step outside the “normal” way of living and embark on a life of constant travel. Some of the comments […]

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How to Eat Street Food in Vietnam Like a Local

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

I’m sitting in a tiny plastic chair on the side of the street, accompanied with a big bowl of noodles swimming in some

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Stue

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Experience Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) Nightlife

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife scene varies from one district to another, though venues that play live music close soon after midnight due to Vietnam’s rather strict laws. Tourists might have so many enjoyable things to do at Saigon night because this is just the right time of the sleepless city. Let go with http://saigon-online.net to find […]

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MUTED HORN

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Foreign delicacies become street food in Vietnam - Tuoi Tre News

Foreign delicacies become street food in Vietnam - Tuoi Tre News


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Such dishes include German sausage, American and Thai barbecue, Spanish sweet egg custard, and Japanese baked cuttlefish cakes, all of which are prepared and sold by foreigners along streets in Ho Chi Minh City

All Top10 Locations from: street food berlin | top10berlin

All Top10 Locations from: street food berlin | top10berlin


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street food berlin - Top10Berlin: The Best of Berlin - With our Berlin gateway locals and out-of-towners alike will grasp the 10 best locations!

Privatinsel: Four Seasons ist das einzige Resort auf Desroches Island

by Verena Neumayr @ Die Insiderei

Insel-Feeling pur auf den Seychellen – das neue Four Seasons als Deluxe Hideaway, ganz ohne Nachbarn. Privater geht Insel-Urlaub nicht mehr.

Der Beitrag Privatinsel: Four Seasons ist das einzige Resort auf Desroches Island erschien zuerst auf Die Insiderei.

STELLA

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Tips for Long Bus and Train Rides

Tips for Long Bus and Train Rides

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

When considering your means of transportation from one place to the next, traveling by a bus or a train offers many advantages. First of all, you can see the view – not just your starting point and destination – but everything in between as well. Second, someone else is doing the driving, so it’s one […]

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“I wish I were Black”: Talking about White privilege with my six-year-old

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by guest blogger Ruthie Vincill As a child playing in the ocean, I was taught about the undertow and its power to sneak up on you. As a White child (and beneficiary of White privilege), I was not, however, taught...

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KOMISCHE OPER bERLIN

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STRANDBAR MITTE

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Öffnungszeiten am 1. Juli

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Liebe Gäste,

am Samstag, den 01.07.2017 haben wir aufgrund einer Betriebsveranstaltung bis 17 Uhr geöffnet.

Sonntag, den 02.07.2017 haben wir wieder regulär geöffnet.

Euer Sapôres Sàigòn Street Food Team

P.S.: Ab nächster Woche eröffnen wir unsere Außenterrasse.

Wir freuen uns auf euren Besuch.

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Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Glass, Contemporary Food, Charlottenburg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Pinch me. I had a meal last night, a meal I would not have expected to find in Berlin for a while yet to come.  And I had it in Charlottenburg. I was invited to the evening by Gal Ben Moshe‘s PR agent, Regine.  I know Regine personally, her portfolio of clients is enviable –...

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The quite beauty of Tra Su Cajuput Forest

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

 Located in Van Gao commune of Tinh Bien district, An Giang province, Tra Su is one of the most beautiful mangrove forests in the southwestern region of Vietnam. The 850-hectare Tra Su Forest is an ecosystem of cajuput trees with line dusty dirt paths and a flooded mangrove forest, which is a stunning backdrop for […]

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Advantages of Coworking

Advantages of Coworking

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

As a freelancer, Startup founder, or digital nomad, you should consider the advantages of coworking when you pick your work environment. Working at home or taking your laptop to a coffee shop might sound like a dream, but for reasons we will introduce later in the article can also be challenging and frustrating. The other solution for […]

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Malaysian Food in Berlin: Ma-Makan | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

The other day, I more or less spontaneously ended up at a brunch pop-up by Ma-Makan at Home, the coffee shop in Neukölln's Jonasstraße: chef Kaylin Eu served Nasi Lemak, curry puffs, and onde onde. And wow, that Malaysian breakfast spread was so delicious, fresh, spicy, herby, and just all of everything I wanted to have on that particularly rainy and cold day.

“Are all Muslims terrorists?”: My child’s Muslim identity

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by guest Blogger Valarie Budayr, co-founder of Multicultural Children’s Book Day “Why isn’t our religion the same as everyone else?” my seven-year-old son Omar asked. “Nathan came up to me and said I was going straight to H-E-double toothpicks, AND...

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District Môt - Asian Restaurants | top10berlin

District Môt - Asian Restaurants | top10berlin


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Die Vietnamese restaurant District Môt in Rosenthaler Straße serves Berlin-like interpretations of Saigon street food.

La Bohemia Accommodation in Pasto and exploring the Narino region

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

I was supposed to stay 2 days in Pasto, and ended up staying for a month. Sometimes, when you find those great atmosphere hostels where you feel at home you just stay. I don’t usually write location articles, but La Bohemia’s owners are so nice and helpful that I couldn’t avoid it. In addition to […]

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Distrikt Môt Saigon Street Food - AWESOME BERLIN

Distrikt Môt Saigon Street Food - AWESOME BERLIN


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Street food" is the promise of DISTRIKT MÔT SAIGON STREET FOOD. And boy, do they deliver! From the extensive street food menu. They make you feel as if y...

HAMBURGER BAHNHOF

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GHSAC Q&A With Dr. Jonathan Quick

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

By Ying-Chiang Jeffrey Lee, MPH, and Ani Guruaj, Global Health Student Advisory Committee (GHSAC) Dr. Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, was in St. Louis last week promoting his recently published book, “The End of Epidemics: The Looming Threat to Humanity and How to Stop It.” After speaking with a group of WashU students and faculty, […]

Using your Weekends to Explore

Using your Weekends to Explore

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Weekends are special, they are holy in many religions for a reason: one or two days to disconnect from the material world, explore, have fun, be aware, get lost. As a Jew (and atheist, who believes rituals connect us to ourselves), my holy day is Saturday. It is a day of increased awareness, and where […]

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La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘La Soupe Populaire, German Food, Prenzlauerberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

Tim Raue’s newest venture is at the Bötzow Brewery.  Championing German food (yes – apparently it’s possible) in the original space of the former brewery. Two of us sit perched up high on leggy metal work.  Surrounded by Futuring, an exhibition by Eva & Adele (who were described to me as Berlin’s answer to Gilbert...

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District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin

District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin


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District Mot is a funky Vietnamese restaurant in Berlin Mitte selling Saigon street food and the De La Sauce, a fusion burger among the best in Berlin.

Yom Kippur spirituality and practical rituals

Yom Kippur spirituality and practical rituals

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

In our search for the understanding of non-attachment and change, we will now turn to Judaism’s holiest day, Yom Kippur. It appears that the mindset and rituals performed in Yom Kippur are highly beneficial and can be practical for everyone. So, what is Yom Kippur all about? In Hebrew, Yom Kippur means Day of Atonement. It lasts for […]

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Escape: Switzerland’s Jungfrau region | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

Any longtime Berliner knows that winters are for two things: Netflix and fleeing the city. We all have our own escape routes, some heading to Thailand or Mauritius, others sticking a little closer and leaving for Lisbon or Crete. And then there is that special kind of person, the wintersports enthusiast. These men and women actually seek out the colder spots in Europe, pleased as punch to get up early, spend several sunny hours on the slopes, and then zip down for an ungodly combination of carbs, booze, and Volksmusik called . Wanting absolutely none of that, but seeing the appeal of some time spent amidst majestic snowy peaks, we took up an invitation from the Jungfrau region and headed to Switzerland to see if we could ski.

Kommentar zu BECO – Gourmet Cabaret von Bairro do Avillez - Ein ganzes Viertel für Gourmets - Die Insiderei

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[…] In der Taberna lächeln die Schweinchen von der bemalten Fliesenwand, eine Hommage an die berühmten azulejos, die man an vielen Fassaden Portugals findet. Auch die Küche hält sich daran, typisch portugiesisches neu und witzig zu interpretieren. Hervorragenden portugiesischen Wein, gibt es in allen Outlets dieses beeindruckenden Gastrotempels und wer Lust auf einen Cocktail nach oder gar auf eine Show zum Essen hat, dem dürfen wir Beco nahelegen. Eine glamouröse Angelegenheit, über die wir hier (klick) bereits berichteten. […]

HALLESCHES HAUS GENERAL STORE

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100 race-conscious things you can say to your child to advance racial justice - Raising Race Conscious Children

100 race-conscious things you can say to your child to advance racial justice - Raising Race Conscious Children


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In honor of Raising Race Conscious Children’s 100th post, this list lifts a quote from each and every blog post to date, modeling language that has actually been used in a conversation with a child regarding race (and other identity-markers...

Why Nicaragua is No Longer in Costa Rica’s Shadow

by Michelle Hopkins @ Vacay Network

Nicaragua has often been overshadowed by neighboring Costa Rica but that should change, says VacayNetwork.com contributor Michelle Hopkins.

Berlin for free – part II

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Now that we have given you quite a few tips on how to enjoy Berlin for free – Part I, we are delighted to share our second article on how to enjoy Berlin on a shoestring budget. Let’s start this article with tips for animal lovers! If hanging out with animals is your thing, you will be delighted to explore the urban farms spread all over Berlin. They can also be a Zoo alternative for the kids. Our favorite is open daily and it is called Domäne Dahlem. It houses an agricultural open-air museum, where you can get in touch with a rural way of life and forget that you are in the middle of the city! At the Hasenheide Park, there is an enclosed area for goats, sheep and turkeys, with some exotic animals, like llamas and camels. In the south of Berlin, the Gemeindepark Lankwitz has also an enclosed area with deer! And slightly out of town, the Tierhof Alt-Marzahn takes you back to the rural life of the early 20th century, with its lovely windmill and village vibes! Domäane Dahlem. Wikimedia Commons. Foto: Lotse   Literature: Bookworms can also find some free of charge pleasure in Berlin. Besides the [...]

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BERLINISCHE GALERIE

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STASI MUSEUM

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Sunday Documentary: Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany

by David @ Berlin Love

Gaming Beyond the Iron Curtain: East Germany is a short documentary about the personal computer and arcade video game industry in the GDR during the Cold War. As the narrator, Super Bunnyhop, summarises at the end of the video: If you ever need an example of the complicated intersection between politics and entertainment, look no […]

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Hello world!

by Susan Lee @ Saigon Street Eat

Welcome to Kriesi.at Theme Demos Sites. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Japanisch-Chinesische Chuka Ryori Küche im Arai Berlin

by Franziska Riedl @ Die Insiderei

Das Arai in Berlin Mitte ist Japan in Europa. Makoto Ishii kocht hier traditionelle Chuka Ryori Küche. Ein Kulinarik-Mix aus Japan und China.

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Going Against the Grain: Expat Challenges and Rewards

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Today, many young people leave their home country to become ‘expat’, taking advantage of the myriad opportunities there are for working abroad. Whether you’re heading off to work in a multi-national company, teaching English in a language school or working from your laptop on your own business, the expat lifestyle has many rewards – and […]

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Vietnamese Gastronomy in Berlin

Vietnamese Gastronomy in Berlin


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Vietnamese dishes like Pho, Spring rolls, Banh Xeo and Vegetarian dishes, etc. are diners’ favorites in the capital of Germany.

Berlin’s Landmarks and their nicknames – Part I

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The German language is known for giving precise names to things. Often, this means having to read through very long words, composed by several names attached to each other that create an unique word, with a single meaning. For the most part, the names don’t sound so appealing and are particularly complex for non-German speakers to understand. Forget about properly pronouncing them! LOL. To make Berlin’s landmarks’ names more attractive, Berliners give them affectionate nicknames, the “Spitznamen”. They are usually nicknames that give a short substitute for their real and unpronounceable names, often highlighting specific aspects of the “object”. By the way, giving nicknames is one of the characteristics of the infamous “Berliner Schnauze” (Berliner snout) or Berlinerisch, the colloquial standard German spoken in Berlin and in the surrounding Brandenburg state. This local “dialect” is considered, in other parts of Germany, to be gruff and full of rough humor. Note: The sight nicknames are often mentioned in travel guides. However, in the everyday life, locals don’t often use them, unless they want to be ironic or to impress tourists with some Berliner “sense of humor”. The exceptions are the “Bierpinsel” in Steglitz, since nobody uses its real name (Turmrestaurant an [...]

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Escape: Tirol | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

What looks like a weird photo wallpaper or maybe a bit too much photoshop is a quite accurate depiction of what hiking in Tirol looks like. For five days, I with four friends and the dog, to explore the deepest valleys, the steepest slopes, and the fluffiest Kaiserschmarrn in the most lovely Stubaital in the heart of Tirol. Read on to find many reasons why you should do the same thing…

Agera, Porsche, Hot Wheels rule AutoShow

by Rod Charles @ Vacay.ca

Aston Martin, Corvette, Lamborghini and McLaren thrill fans at Canadian International AutuShow.

Authentic Saigon!

Authentic Saigon!


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I love Vietnamese food, and have only fond taste memories from a trip to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) a few years ago. Recently, in Berlin, I was thrilled to find District Mot, a Vietnamese street food parlor, complete with colorful plastic stools and plastic baskets with spicy sauces right, and giv...

Where to Discover Kyrgyzstan Crafts and Traditions

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

I’ve told you lots about things to do in Kyrgyzstan and where to hike – but I haven’t written much about Kyrgyzstan crafts and traditions! In honour of Nooruz, the Kyrgyz New Year celebrated on March 21st, here are some interesting info about Kyrgyz crafts, traditions and craft-related experiences in the country!  There are so […]

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Anh Ba – köstlich vietnamesisch

by Admin @ Berlin-av – Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

Durch Zufall sind wir Ende 2017 bei einem Spaziergang in der Nassauischen Straße in Wilmersdorf am vietnamesischen Restaurant Anh Ba vorbeigekommen. An einem Weihnachtsfeiertag haben wir es dann anonym besucht und nach einem schönen und angenehmen Essen dort, stand für uns fest, dass wir dieses Restaurant unbedingt weiterempfehlen möchten. Im Anh Ba in der Nassauischen Strasse Betritt man das Anh Ba, fühlt man sich gleich „wie Zuhause“. Man wird sehr freundlich von der Chefin oder ihren Mitarbeiterinnen begrüßt und bei einer Reservierung an den Tisch geleitet. Die Einrichtung des Restaurants ist typisch vietnamesisch und besteht aus verschiedenen offenen Räumen, die alle sehr gemütlich sind. Pflanzen, große Tonkrüge und andere Gegenstände bilden den hübschen Rahmen des Restaurants. Die Decke besteht aus einer ebenso typischen Holzkonstruktion, beleuchtet von einzelnen Spots. Die Beleuchtung ist sehr angenehm, nicht zu hell aber auch nicht zu dunkel, kurz gesagt gemütlich. Auf der Speisenkarte ist für jeden Geschmack etwas dabei. Wir hatten zum Beispiel MAM CUON ANH BA, einen großen Vorspeisen-Bambuskorb für zwei Personen mit Zitronengras-Spießen, Taropuffern mit Garnelen, 5-Gewürze-Schweinefleischspießen und Bananenblattsalat mit frischem Salat und Kräutern und mehr. Danach eine würzige kräftige Nudelsuppe BUN RIEU CHAY mit Reisnudeln, hausgemachtem Sojamousse, gewürztem Seitan, Tofu, Gemüse, Tomate, Salat [...]

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WEST BERLIN COFFEE BAR

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Berliner Fotospots – Einige Tipps

by Admin @ Berlin-av – Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

Berliner Fotospots zu finden ist nicht schwer. Die Stadt ist natürlich immer fotogen. Eine riesige Zahl von Veranstaltungen rund ums Jahr bietet die besten Möglichkeiten für tolle Fotos. Von zahlreichen Punkten aus kann man Berlin zum Beispiel auf die Dächer schauen und tolle Panoramen aufnehmen. Und auch abseits der bekannten Sehenswürdigkeiten gibt es immer jede Menge zu entdecken. Hier haben wir mal einige Tipps für fotografische Berlin-Entdecker: Berlin von oben von der Siegessäule aus. Die Berlin-von-oben-Fototour Von zahlreichen Punkten aus kann man Berlin auf die Dächer schauen und tolle Stadtpanoramen aufnehmen. Absolutes Must have ist natürlich der Berliner Fernsehturm. Der Berliner Dom ist ebenfalls einen Besuch wert. Gibt es doch von dort oben die besten Ausblicke auf das Humboldt-Forum, den Lustgarten und die Museumsinsel. Mit dem schnellsten Fahrstuhl Europas kommt man auf das Kollhoff-Haus mit fantastischen Ausblick auf den Potsdamer Platz. Die Siegessäule bietet einen grandiosen Rundumblick, das sollte man sich nicht entgehen lassen. Der Berliner Funkturm sollte auf jeden Fall auch mit eingeplant werden. Von dort aus ein toller Blick über den westlichen Teil der Stadt! Unschlagbar ist auch der Blick vom Teufelsberg. Dort einfach mal am Nachmittag hingehen und bis zum Sonnenuntergang bleiben. (Wir machen dort sehr gerne [...]

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District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin

District Mot – Saigon Street Food in Berlin


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District Mot is a funky Vietnamese restaurant in Berlin Mitte selling Saigon street food and the De La Sauce, a fusion burger among the best in Berlin.

STRASSENBRÄU

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Berlin’s Best Christmas Markets – 2017

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BERLIN BEST CHRISTMAS MARKETS GUIDE 2017 is out! From the last weekend in November until right after Christmas the city is “inundated” with some of the most magical and enchanting Christmas markets. In fact, there are more than 60 of those throughout the city. Locals gather together to celebrate and get cozy while drinking mulled wine, beer and eating some of the most yummy German street food. Another favorite activity at Christmas Markets is, of course, shopping for hand made Christmas decorations and trinkets. Several vocal and musical groups provide for a fun entertainment program. Not all Christmas markets are alike, so it is totally worth exploring a few during the season. Some of them are more exclusive and posh. Others are very popular and feel almost like Carnival fairs. Some are located in stunning landmarks like Charlottenburg Palace, Gendarmentmarkt Square or in little old neighborhood/village centers. Others take place on city’s open spaces, old factories and squares. The past couple of years has seen a surge of “specialty” Christmas markets and they range from Greek, Japanese, Vegan, you name it. These, even if fun,  tend to feel less “Christmassy” as the traditional ones, so we decided this year to focus on the ones [...]

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Mark Twain – The Awful German Language

by David @ Berlin Love

The Awful German Language is an essay by the American author Mark Twain in which he humorously outlines the complexity of the language and the difficulties he encountered while learning it. It is a must-read book for students of the often baffling German language. Twain, most famous for his Huckleberry Finn stories, travelled extensively through […]

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What to do in Berlin in Winter (and When it Rains)

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I can’t believe it’s taken us so long to write about what to do in Berlin in winter – and when it rains! After all, we’ve been visiting the city every year at least once for the last five years, and 90% of our visits took place in winter! There are so many reasons to […]

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Kommentar zu Mein Schiff 6: Wellbeing auf hoher See von My Homepage

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Ramen in Friedrichshain: Hako | Stil in Berlin

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Well… as unapologetic as I might be about my scepticism for anything Friedrichshain, I never gave up on the district and – stop the press – here's a new and utterly delicious reason to hit the always crowded streets around Boxhagener Platz: to get a bowl filled with intense broth and perfect ramen noodles at Hako, to sooth the pain of what seems like a once again never ending winter.

HOPS & BARLEY

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VABRIQUE LUNCH HOTSPOT

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Not a Galaxy Far, Far Away but Here’s Where You Can Find the Jedi Temple and Other ‘Star Wars’ Locales

by William Serrano @ Vacay Network

Hoping to inject some of the "dark side" into your travels? Here are a few real life filming locations you can visit that will help you discover your inner Skywalker.

Brunch in Kreuzberg: Bunsmobile | Stil in Berlin

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Two years ago, I had a french toast in Berlin that was so delicious, to this day, I revel in the memory of its perfection. Soft and eggy, and at the same time crispy and charred, and just mega great. But it was only served for a couple of weekends in the fall of 2015, plus a one-day come-back at last year. It's probably the hardest-to-find french toast in this city. So stop what you're doing right now and listen: it's BACK! Just for another two weekends, so better be quick and go book your table at Bunsmobile's brunch take-over in Kreuzberg's .

Revisited: Bullys Bakery | Stil in Berlin

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Bullys Bakery used to be one of my favs, before it seemed like the owners kinda got tired of gastronomy and just let things slide, turning the into a whatever place with a less than impressive menu. So it was probably the right next step for OG-Bully to move back to South Germany and hand the reins over to Behzad Karim-Khani und Achille Farese, known from Lugosi bar and  (aka, my favourite Italian restaurant in the city).  They renovated and updated this prime location, upped their coffee and cake game and created a place I'm happy to put back on the map.

Du Bonheur, Patisserie, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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Few sweet pastries have the ability to dispense with my good grasp of self-control – except for Canelés.  The outside made up of a maximum caramelized, crunchy, sticky surface.  And the inside, solid custard, flecked with black vanilla seeds, yielding.  It’s a creme caramel you can hold in your hand, improved by texture, beveled edges,...

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Curry, Pho, Bao, and Thai Food Rule Berlin — Here’s Why

Curry, Pho, Bao, and Thai Food Rule Berlin — Here’s Why


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If there’s a silver lining in any misery, Berlin’s street food is a gleaming example. One of the city’s blessings since the end of the Second World War is the flavors that arrived from afar and steadfastly seeped into its culture. Decimated from bombings and warfare and then ripped into two by politics, the city found itself seeking a foundation. It turned to other nations to assist. Workers came from Turkey, divided Vietnam, Thailand, and elsewhere. Seventy years later, Berlin’s food scene is an authentic mix of ethnic cuisines that might surprise visitors who think all of Germany is predominantly Bavarian in flavor. During her exceptional food tours, Samantha Reidie leads guests to some of the places where you can taste 21st-century Berlin. Bite Berlin’s Samantha Reidie carries currywurst from Curry 61 to her clients. Currywurst is the most popular food in the city. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)These bites will include a stop at District Mot, a Vietnamese eatery that has won a best burger competition in the city for five years in a row. That “burger” is a wheat rice bao bun stuffed with a beef patty that’s topped with a savory caramelized fish sauce. It is served with pickled vegetables, coriander, and soy bean skin. The burger, which costs 6 euros (about $7.20 USD), is part of the restaurant’s menu focused on “Saigon Street Food” and is emblematic of the impact immigrants have made on Berlin’s food scene.“The Vietnamese came to both the west and east side of Berlin, so you will find incredible pho restaurants throughout the city,” notes Reidie, whose tour company is called Bite Berlin. District Mot is one of Berlin’s many Vietnamese restaurants, which began to spread through the city in the 1960s. The colorful eatery serves “the best burger in Berlin.” (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)And she’s right. One of the first curiosities of Berlin you will notice is the proliferation of Asian restaurants. The North Vietnamese moved to the former East Berlin because of their government’s association with the Soviet Union, while the South Vietnamese arrived in the west. On either side of the Berlin Wall, both groups worked alongside other immigrants to help Germans rebuild the city. Their culinary influence suits Berlin, which has some of the best inexpensive food choices in Europe. The destination that should be at the top of any foodie’s list of places to nosh is Thai Park, which is the local nickname for Preussen Park in the city’s west side. On weekends, Thai Park fills with tents and home cooks toiling beneath them. Think of an Asian night market that takes place during the day and with patrons who are primarily European and you might imagine both the atmosphere and the quirky charm of the spot. Want Real Asian Taste? Head to BerlinFor about 10 euros ($13 USD) you can enjoy a plate of Pad Thai prepared in a skillet before your eyes, and gyoza made from generations-old recipes, and fried coconut prawns, and a half-litre bottle of German pilsener. Better value you’ll never find. District Mot’s bao burger is loaded with flavors from the Far East. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Thai Park is like much of Berlin. It’s unadorned, unsophisticated, unpretentious. It’s a land of WYSIWYG, and that’s utterly okay. If you do want fancy, you can head to Kaufhaus des Westens, the largest department store in continental Europe. Its sixth floor is full of gourmet food stations, including restaurants where you can find German favorites like Wiener schnitzel, cabbage rolls, and savory strudels. KaDeWe, as the mall is nicknamed, is celebrating its 110th year in 2017. It is worth a visit if only for the history. During the Cold War, KaDeWe was a symbol of West Germany’s prosperity, one of the places where the residents of the east coveted to go. Dumplings abound in Thai Park, where they are fried for you as you wait — with your mouth watering, no doubt. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)But it is on the streets where you’ll get to know Berlin’s contemporary tastes and culture. The journey will include currywurst, which arrived in the world by serendipity. A woman in East Berlin bartered with British military officers stationed at checkpoints along the Berlin Wall, giving them alcohol in exchange for any food better than the rations doled out to East Germans. The British provided her with ketchup and curry powder. Not knowing what to do with the ingredients that were foreign to her, she combined them in a pot and poured them over two items with which she was familiar — sausage and bread. Years later, currywurst — slices of sausage smothered with ketchup and curry sauce, and served with bread or French fries — is the most popular food in Berlin. More than 17 million orders of it are consumed in a year. There are street food stalls serving it outside most train stations and at major corners in neighborhoods throughout the city. Berliners gather each weekend at Thai Park, which is filled with home cooks making authentic Asian food beneath tents and umbrellas. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)While North Americans can find artisanal versions of currywurst in restaurants like WVRST in Toronto or Bestie in Vancouver, the Berlin kind is — as you might suspect — not fancy or ambitious. It aims to give you sustenance with flavor, not a gourmet experience. Just like the city’s other street-food invention: the Doner (or Donair). The kebab filled with lettuce, onions, and tomatoes, and covered in a thick cream sauce was invented in the 1960s by a Turkish construction worker in West Berlin. Today, there are more than 1,000 doner shops in the city. Doner is wrapped in flat bread. And that’s the other delight in Berlin. Pad thai, anyone? You’ll have a difficult time finding any better than this dish in Berlin’s Thai Park. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Germany has more than 3,000 varieties of bread. Meals in the country are named after bread, as Reidie points out. Breads, of course, can also mean pastries. One of Berlin’s great exports is the cinnamon bun, called the cinnamon snail in Deutschland. At Zeit für Brot, you’ll find delicious versions that are flavorful and not sugary sweet. How do you wash all of this down? Beer is the first option for many, but Germany also has outstanding white wines, and Reidie, who has an affinity for history as well as food, singles out one of the few surviving brands from East Berlin. The Champagne-style Rotkäppchen sparkling wine (whose name means “Little Red Riding Hood”) is much beloved in the city. In East Berlin, it was the only wine available to most people and remained popular after reunification in 1990. In 2002, the former East Berlin company that manufactured it famously bought out its counterpart in the west. Rotkäppchen, like so many other tastes you’ll discover in Berlin, has a story behind it and somehow that background makes it all the more satisfying to savor.MORE ABOUT VISITING BERLINPretzels remain one of Germany’s staple foods. Visitors will have plenty of chances to enjoy them while in Berlin. (Adrian Brijbassi photo for VacayNetwork.com)Getting Around: Berlin has an immense public transit system that covers seemingly every corner of the city. Buses and trains that run both above ground (S-Bahn) and below ground (U-Bahn) are frequent and efficient. The fares are multi-tiered, depending on how far you travel and for how long. As there are no turnstiles and few transit officers checking tickets, the city’s trains are operated largely on an honor system. Visit the public transit website for details on planning your trip.Where to Stay: The Sir Savigny Hotel is a delight. It is one of those trendy tech-savvy European hotels that takes a relaxed approach to guest relations. You are welcomed by a staff member who is free to roam around with a laptop so he or she can sit with you at a free space in the lounge to coordinate your check-in. Have a glass of water or order a drink through the process. Rooms are immaculate with an antique theme for its decor, and large, comfortable beds. Contemporary music plays in the lobby, elevator, and hallways (until about 9 p.m.). The on-site Butcher restaurant serves outstanding burgers and a fantastic breakfast featuring a buffet of breads, pastries, fruit, and cereals, and other options from the restaurant menu. Room Rates: Nightly weekend stays start at about 110 euro (about $133 USD), depending on the season. What to Do: The highly recommended Bite Berlin tour costs 40 euro ($47.80 USD) per person and lasts about three hours, with five food tastings and a glass of sparkling wine to finish. It starts at Hackescher Market in the city’s east end. Thai Park (see map below) runs from noon til about 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays when the weather is pleasant. Show up with blankets or folding chairs and prepare to enjoy the afternoon picnicking on the grass while enjoying vast amounts of Asian food made by home cooks.

What to Do in Saigon / Ho Chi Minh City - 7 Insider Tips

What to Do in Saigon / Ho Chi Minh City - 7 Insider Tips


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Are you looking for what to do in Saigon / Ho Chi Minh City? Here are 7 Insider Tips from Saigon locals, expats and city lovers, to help you enjoy the city!

Schwein Berlin

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Best Delicious Vietnamese Food: Top 8 Must-Try Dishes in your Saigon trip

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Saigon (also officially known as Ho Chi Minh City or locally in Vietnamese as Sài Gòn) is Vietnam’s most booming up and coming city, a places where the action never stops. There are many things you need to try when you come here, especially the diversity of food. At this post, Saigon-online.net will feature 8 Vietnamese dishes […]

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Aktuelle Speisekarte

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Sapores – Speisekarte Neu

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Ruman in Amman, Jordan

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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I missed the memo that it was Ramadan, (or I ignored it more likely). So for the past month we’ve been firmly planted at my father’s home in Ruman, Jordan (Ruman means pomegranate in Arabic, lovely, isn’t it?).  The kids and I have been living on our pomegranate hill, which is planted not with pomegranates...

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Kommentar zu Moosham 13: Familien-Design-Bauernhof-Hotel von Urlaubsarchitektur @Insiderei | URLAUBSARCHITEKTUR | HOLIDAYARCHITECTURE

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[…] with Moosham 13 (Bavarian forest) and Niedermairhof (South Tyrol) two partner houses. Read more: Moosham / […]

CAFÉ STRAUSS

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THE BARN - WEST BERLIN OUTPOST

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BERLINER DOM

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Walled in! – The inner German border | DW English

by David @ Berlin Love

The computer animation Walled in! – The inner German border, which details the fortifications of the former boundary was produced by Deutsche Welle in cooperation with the Berlin Wall Foundation to mark the 20th anniversary of the fall of the wall. Save for a few remaining stretches preserved as memorials, the Berlin Wall is merely […]

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District Mot - Streetfood aus Saigon in Berlin - Berlin-av - Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

District Mot - Streetfood aus Saigon in Berlin - Berlin-av - Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin


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In Berlin gibt es reichlich Gelegenheit, die vietnamesische Küche kennenzulernen. Zum Beispiel im District Mot mit seiner Streetfoodküche aus Saigon.

WashU Expert: Budget Provides Insight Into Trump Administration Drug Policy

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

During his first year in office, President Donald Trump spoke about high drug prices but took little action to address the problem. His budget proposal, released this week, does lay out a strategy — though what is most notable is not what’s included, but rather what is missing, said an expert on drug pricing and policy at Washington University in St. Louis.

BullysBakery | Stil in Berlin

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C/O BERLIN

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ZUM STARKEN AUGUST

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Where weddings marry with culture in BC

by Adrian Brijbassi @ Vacay.ca

From the Pacific shores to the Rockies, these 6 Indigenous experiences welcome couples.

This is what happens when nature and artwork take over a German ironworks factory

by Petti Fong @ Vacay Network

A walk through the Volklingen Ironworks facility in the western German state of Saarland is a reminder of the immense power behind how manufacturing once dominated the economy. Today we get our information by our phones; we order everything we could possibly need or desire by clicks and swipes. At the factory, the workers are...

Berlinale 2017: Florian’s Top 10 | Stil in Berlin

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General tips for avoiding problems at International Border crossings

General tips for avoiding problems at International Border crossings

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Crossing borders isn’t usually a big deal, especially if you’re lucky enough to have the right passport. However, borders are sensitive and represent the only legal encounter a country has with its tourists; as such, things can go wrong, and it’s well worth taking the time to prepare for some border crossings. Download | Stitcher | […]

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The 16 Best Street-Food Cities in the World, Ranked

The 16 Best Street-Food Cities in the World, Ranked


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Only one US city makes an appearance...

How Estonian e-Residency can help digital nomads everywhere

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

If you’re an active member of any digital nomad community online, you’ve probably heard someone mentioning Estonian e-Residency by now. This concept usually comes up when someone is looking for information on the best solution for incorporating a company as a digital nomad. In order to get a clear picture of the topic, let’s start […]

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Painting and traveling as a couple: Interview with Heajung

Painting and traveling as a couple: Interview with Heajung

by rosshbusch @ BecomeNomad

Meeting fellow travelers is consistently one of the most rewarding aspects of living a nomadic lifestyle.  Whether in a café, hostel, or bar, conversations between like-minded people can yield impactful insights and valuable advice.  Most recently, I sat down with Heajung, a painter, blogger, and fellow nomad here in Chiang Mai. Check out Heajung’s paintings and […]

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BecomeNomad reporting live from Moldova!

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Hello fellow nomads, My regards from Chisinau, Moldova, probably the most hidden and non-touristic country in Europe. Why am I here for more than 2 weeks already? Honestly, I don’t know. Even the locals don’t get it. Before I start with my regular stories, I will just update you that we have now reached 8 […]

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Five Refreshing Reasons to Visit Dominica, Nature Island of the Caribbean

by Jamie Ross @ Vacay Network

Three months after the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, Dominica is showing the world the amazing resiliency of both her people and her natural setting, writes Jamie Ross.

Customs For The Tet Holiday In Vietnam

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Tet Holiday, also known as Lunar New Year, is the biggest and the most important holiday in Vietnam. Since Tet Holiday is approaching, Vietnamese, as well as other Asia region countries, are now bustlingly preparing for this special occasion. In Vietnam, a country with full of traditions and culture, there are thousands of customs and […]

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Digital Nomad Careers

by rosshbusch @ BecomeNomad

Sustaining the lifestyle of a digital nomad is challenging.  Whereas emotional hurdles such as loneliness, societal pressure, and pushing out of our comfort zone can be difficult, the critical hurdle we consistently return to is financial.  How do we sustain ourselves while pursuing a long-term journey as a digital nomad? This article will provide an […]

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PIXEL PANCHO MURAL

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Hobiyee festival brightens Vancouver

by Adrian Brijbassi @ Vacay.ca

For the Nisga'a Nation, the annual event marks the arrival of their new year.

Tortue Hamburg: Lifestyle im Gastro-Hotel-Space

by Franziska Riedl @ Die Insiderei

Hotel, Wohnzimmer und Restaurant , das ist das Tortue in Hamburgs Stadthöfen. Savoir-Vivre auf allen Ebenen, mit Café-Haus, 126 Zimmern , Salon und Brasserie.

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Stay Safe: Digital Nomads & the Dangers of Public WiFi

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Written by Jess Signet Public WiFi is a well-known lifesaver for travelers and digital nomads alike. Whether you’re monitoring and updating your own blog or simply looking for a way to contact loved ones back home, stumbling onto these open networks means you can cheaply and easily get your internet fix. However, it’s not all […]

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STAGGER LEE COCKTAIL BAR

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New! Bite Club, Street Food Party on the Spree

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

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The upcoming Bite Club Berlin has prompted me to do something I’ve yet to do on Foodie in Berlin – write about something I haven’t been to yet.  But I have a feeling… “The way you know about a good melon.” It’s logical really, think what a success Street Food Thursdays at Markthalle Neun has...

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Sunday Documentary: Berliner Trance

by David @ Berlin Love

Berliner Trance is a 1993 documentary that charts the rising popularity of trance music and the MFS record label from its origins in post-wall Berlin. Trance music is a kind of dance music which thousands of young people across Germany and throughout Europe are quite passionate about. It’s a musical movement which is gaining strength. […]

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Escape: Hiking in Meran | Stil in Berlin

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Nope, no intention to torture you with this article and its accompanying pictures. Just a simple reminder that to escape the icy wind and cold, it can be a good idea to mentally travel back to your past summer vacation, and subsequently plan the next one! Because  It's also a reminder to clean and grease your hiking boots, because you'll need them for your next trip to the southern edge of the Alps, where palm trees and rough peaks co-exist and every  is better than the last.

District Mot - Berlin Food Stories

District Mot - Berlin Food Stories


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District Mot opened up its doors in the old location of Chi Sing on Rosenthaler Straße early 2013. With a groundbreaking Vietnamese street food concept,...

A to-do checklist for digital nomads in every new location

A to-do checklist for digital nomads in every new location

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

As I travel from one place to another, I open a new checklist for every new location. I work my best on completing that list before I move on to the next place and start a new list. We will go over that list in this post. Hopefully, some of the things will be useful […]

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Erich Hamann Schokolade

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BecomeNomad – March updates (From Galway to Slovakia)

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Dear nomads and aspiring nomads, This is our 6th ever BecomeNomad newsletter. When I started the blog, I have made a pr omise to myself to send newsletters every two weeks, which means I should have sent 42 newsletters so far. I think it is a great lesson for all of us to be learnt here. You […]

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Insights from My Long-Term Travel Destinations

Insights from My Long-Term Travel Destinations

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

In this article I will share the major insights about the nomadic lifestyle that I have gathered from each of the destinations where I have made a home since I first began traveling in 2010.  Starting businesses in Israel, doing yoga in India, and Couchsurfing in Buenos Aires. Every destination taught me something new about myself and the […]

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STATTBAD WEDDING

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Let it Be | Stil in Berlin

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BecomeNomad from Bucharest!

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Hello fellow nomads, This monthly newsletter is written from icy Bucharest, the capital of Romania. After more than a month in Moldova, Bucharest is refreshing in how advanced and western it is. Many mark Bucharest as one of the next hotspots for digital nomads, because it remains inexpensive and has a relatively stable economy. To […]

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2017 Opioid Epidemic Funding Program Request for Applications

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

Opioid Epidemic Pilot Funding Program The Washington University Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS) and Institute for Public Health announce a new pilot funding program focused on strategies to address the opioid epidemic. Three or more grants of up to $50,000 each will be awarded with a start date of March 1, 2018. Proposals […]

Točionica Vina Ilok – Wines and homemade godnesses

by Nevena Mikec @ Zagreb Spotted by Locals

"Točionica Vina Ilok" in Zagreb is one of my favorite shops to buy Croatian wines for different occasions. I also come here to stock up on sweets & rakija!

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HOFFMANN COLLECTION

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The Benefits of Slow Travel for long term Travelers

The Benefits of Slow Travel for long term Travelers

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

Long term travelers basic intuition is to keep on moving, the faster, the better. We’re here to live life to the fullest, to see as much of the world as possible which creates a feeling of urgency to switch between places. When I started my life as a digital nomad, I adapted an “Ultra Nomadic” […]

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Cost of living Arbitrage for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers

Cost of living Arbitrage for Digital Nomads and Remote Workers

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

The cost arbitrage for digital nomads is one of the strongest engines and benefits of the nomadic lifestyle. In easy terms, the cost arbitrage (also known as hacking life) is created by working online for clients from developed countries, thus receiving a “western salary”, while choosing to live in a country or city with low […]

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Learning Languages while Traveling as a Digital Nomad

Learning Languages while Traveling as a Digital Nomad

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

  Fitting in language learning in your life as a digital nomad or a long term traveler is not an easy task. Learning a new language is a big undertaking which requires time and money. However, incorporating learning a new language with your planned travel schedule, makes a lot of sense. In this article I’ll talk […]

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Travel Guide: Berlin

Travel Guide: Berlin


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German's cultural capital is seeing a culinary rebirth, but remains one of Europe’s most affordable food destinations.

Hoi An: The Best or the Worst of Vietnam?

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Ahhhhh, Hoi An Old Town. Nicknamed the “town of lanterns”, Hoi An’s vibrant yellow ancient town is made up of a network of tiny

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Location-Independent Entrepreneurs: Life as a Digital Nomad with Johnny FD

Location-Independent Entrepreneurs: Life as a Digital Nomad with Johnny FD

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

In the latest episode of the BecomeNomad Podcast, I speak with Johnny FD from “Travel Like a Boss,” a long-running podcast about the lifestyle of a digital nomad. Johnny started his nomadic journey as a scuba-diving instructor, then a professional Muay Thai (Thai kickboxing) fighter.  Johnny now runs a number of successful online businesses.  He […]

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Brazil’s Lula Given 24 Hours to Surrender to Police

by Bubble Staff @ The Bubble | Argentina News

The PT is rallying behind the former president after the Supreme Court's decision.

CHERRY BLOSSOM AVENUE Bornholmer Straße

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HORSE MEAT DISCO

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HOW & NOSM MURAL

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GERMAN UNITY DAY STREET FAIR

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Mamm Udine: Focaccia-Paradies in Friaul

by Michael Simmer @ Die Insiderei

Food & Bike heißt der neue Trend. Den setzt die Ciclofocacceria Mamm in die Tat um: mit friulanischen Fahrrädern und knusprig-saftigen Fladenbroten.

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Heinrich Matters München: Instagram-Café in der Maxvorstadt

by Franziska Riedl @ Die Insiderei

Sandra und Henning machen aus einer faden Pizzeria in der Maxvorstadt ein instagram- und bloggerfreundliches Lokal. Super Essen kommt von Koch Matze.

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Best tea houses and tea shops in Berlin

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

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We all know that the coffee game is strong in Berlin. The third wave craft coffee scene doesn’t stop developing, with newcomers and established cafés opening second, third addresses – and even their own roasteries. Coffee lovers are certainly delighted with the variety of good quality places they can find in Berlin. But what about tea lovers? Indeed, the tea scene is not as big, but there are some tea houses and tea shops that are definitely worth a visit if you are “a tea kind of person”. It does not matter if you like the British tradition or the Japanese tea ceremony. There is always a pleasant tea house waiting for you in Berlin. We selected five of the best tea houses and shops in town. Enjoy!   Tea houses:   Tee Salon Iki: It is definitely the paradise on Earth for herbal tea lovers! At this Greek tea house and shop, you will find a great selection of herbal and rare mountain tea options. We dare say that this is the best place to enjoy tea in Berlin! The seating area is small, but the back room is really cozy. It is a perfect spot to spend an afternoon [...]

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Money and the Nomadic Life: How Much do You Really Need?

Money and the Nomadic Life: How Much do You Really Need?

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

This article is about something that hasn’t been discussed much in this blog. Nevertheless, it’s one of the most interesting topics for most aspiring and even current digital nomads – how to sustain yourself while traveling. There is wider and more comprehensive article in the works. It’ll include all of the practicalities – how to […]

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Schwarzhogerzeil

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Ku´damm 59, ein voller Erfolg

by Admin @ Berlin-av – Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

5,60 Millionen Zuschauer (Marktanteil 17,8 Prozent) sahen am Mittwoch, 21. März 2018, das Finale des ZDF-Dreiteilers Ku’damm 59 , der Fortsetzung des Quotenhits „Ku’damm 56“. In der Spitze saßen 6,85 Millionen Zuschauer vor dem Bildschirm. Mit durchschnittlich 5,59 Millionen Zuschauern und einem Marktanteil von 16,3 Prozent knüpfen die drei neuen Folgen der Familiengeschichte an den Erfolg der ersten Staffel an. Auch bei den jüngeren Zuschauern konnte „Ku’damm 59“ punkten und erreichte bei den 14- bis 49-Jährigen einen durchschnittlichen Marktanteil von 8,4 Prozent. „Ku’damm 59 – Die Dokumentation“ sahen am Sonntagabend 4,32 Millionen Zuschauer bei einem Marktanteil von 14,2 Prozent. Bei den Dreharbeiten zu Ku´damm 59 Nach der erfolgreichen TV-Ausstrahlung von „Ku’damm 59“ im ZDF findet der Dreiteiler auch in der ZDFmediathek ein großes Publikum: Der erste Teil erreicht bis einschließlich 3. April 2018 mit 1,42 Millionen Online-Sichtungen den höchsten Wert, den der Abruf eines Videos bisher in der ZDFmediathek erzielt hat. Teil 2 liegt bei 1,15 Millionen Sichtungen. Teil 3 von „Ku’damm 59“ liegt mit 1,35 Millionen Sichtungen auch über dem bisherigen Höchstwert, dem von „heute-show – Der Jahresrückblick“ 2017, mit 1,18 Millionen Sichtungen. 3,91 Millionen Online-Sichtungen hatten die drei Folgen bisher gemeinsam, daraus ergibt sich ein Durchschnitt von 1,31 Millionen. [...]

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Öffnungszeiten an den Feiertagen

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Liebe Gäste,

anbei unsere Öffnungszeiten an Weihnachten und Silvester.

Wir wünschen euch einen schöne, besinnliche Feiertage.

Euer Sapôres Team

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Helmholtzplatz area , Lychenerstrasse, Schliemannstrasse and Dunkerstrasse

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Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Paletas, Popsicles, Around Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

In London, I spent a good three hours flipping hungrily through the food books that have been published in my absence. While looking through one called “A delicious life – New Food Entrepreneurs” – I came across Paletas, Zeit für Brot, and ART Sucre.  Right there in black and white and in hard cover.  Berlin shops sharing...

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BERLINER BERG BRAUEREI

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Links in Berlin: All hail! | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

We saw a quite impressive amount of hail going down this week, which might have been exactly what meant when he told me that Berlin's gonna pay for all those very beautiful but very early spring days we enjoyed this March. Anyhow, April is upon us and until now there's no weather app telling us glory is vanishing (19 degrees tmrw, again!). Before you go out and frolic, here are the best links of the week:

Crafter’s Lav – Soak in the charm of Upper town

by Mirna Marić @ Zagreb Spotted by Locals

"Crafter's Lav" Zagreb is situated in a former palace and still has a gallery. Almost never crowded, together with its balcony it's peaceful & quiet...

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Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Chicago Williams, BBQ, Mitte’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

While I would argue that America’s soft power has taken some considerable hits over the last decade, its food culture is thriving abroad.  It crops up in the most unlikely places- like on Hannoversche Strasse.  A street that even a die-hard Mitte resident will struggle to locate.  There on the former site of BarCelona next to the...

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HOME BAR

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Travel and Digital Nomad Apps and Resources

Travel and Digital Nomad Apps and Resources

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

I present to you a list of the most valuable resources I have been using over the years as a digital nomad. I use many apps and websites, and some are not on this list, but I focus here only on those that are most relevant for traveling as a digital nomad. Happy travels! Select a […]

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10 Street Foods All Travelers Need to Try

10 Street Foods All Travelers Need to Try


Blog | Western Union

Some of the world’s best foods aren’t found in a restaurant.

Seriously: Ten New Food Spots We Should Try This Winter | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

This winter, I took a little break from cold and grey season and travelled from Berlin all the way south to Lisbon (and back), and I only returned this past weekend to a city that definitely has spring in the air, and I'm so glad. I settled in with a classic Kreuzkölln triple: breakfast and coffee at , then I picked up a loaf at , and finished this round-trip off with a chai bagel at . And while these favourites definitely made me excited to be back, I instantly wanted to work on finding new places to try out. Winter is a bit of a slow season for openings, but not entirely dire: we got some new places for Japanese soup, for fried food, and for sweets. Basically what we need to keep going through the last weeks of winter? Of course, there's been loads more openings, but as usual this is my personal top-interest list, sorted alphabetically. If you've visited one of these, please let me know what you thought about them in the comments! And if you think I missed a great new spot, let me know asap! In case these are not enough new places, have you checked off ?

Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Zsa Zsa & Loui, Sandwiches, Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

If you want to find Berlin’s young entrepreneurs, you need to turn your attention to Neukölln and Kreuzberg. Two areas where you will find them cutting their teeth. (Probably as a result of a combination of cheap rents and a melting pot of young people hungry to try anything new.) Take Zsa Zsa and Loui,...

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Restaurant Story, London Bridge

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Restaurant Story, London Bridge’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The purpose of my trip to London is ostensibly to have my yearly dental check up. That I am able to breakfast, lunch and dinner with old friends is a bonus. And treating myself to Dinings, Yashin, La Fromagerie, Rose Bakery and ‘white hot‘ Restaurant Story is – who am I kidding? It’s the best....

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KÄTHE KOLLWITZ MUSEUM BERLIN

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SUBWAY CABRIO TOUR - START HERE

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Ortofficina: Ins vegane Bistro in Udine

by Michael Simmer @ Die Insiderei

Monica Bordonaro und Francesca Bragadin servieren in ihrem stylischem, veganen Bistro hochwertiges Bio-Food.

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Rosa Parks House

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Tips for Aspiring Nomads

Tips for Aspiring Nomads

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

This week, I wanted to take a step back from my usual blogs, that deal with just one topic, and answer some of the questions that you have. You, who’ve been listing to this podcast and reading this blog over the years. You, who may be considering becoming nomads yourselves, and have some concerns. You’re […]

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BecomeNomad from Kiev, the capital of Ukraine

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Today, BecomeNomad from Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Although I am not a usually a fan of big cities, I am glad to have found some routines and places which make me feel comfortable to stay here for a while. I tried staying in Chernivsti, a cute town close to the Carpathians mountains, but it was impossible for me to […]

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Recommended Travel and Digital Nomad Blogs

Recommended Travel and Digital Nomad Blogs

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

The following list introduces digital nomad and travel blogs that I enjoy reading and that inspire me while working on the BecomeNomad blog. I personally prefer following bloggers who discuss all aspects of travel and the digital nomad lifestyle, rather than only focusing on the travel and sightseeing part. Download | Stitcher | Itunes   When deciding […]

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Wandelism – Kunst in der Autowerkstatt

by Admin @ Berlin-av – Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

Mit „Wandelism“ verwandelt sich eine vor dem Abriss stehende Autowerkstatt in Berlin Wilmersdorf für acht Tage zu einem temporären Streetart-Kunstort der ganz besonderen Art. Nahezu achtzig Berliner Künstler präsentieren in der Zeit vom 17. März bis zum 24. März in der Wilhelmsaue 32 ihre faszinierenden Arbeiten. Und der Andrang am ersten Wochenende war riesig. So viel Menschen auf einmal in einer Warteschlange hat die beschauliche Wilhelmsaue seit ewigen Zeiten nicht auf einmal gesehen. Da aus Sicherheitsgründen immer nur cirka zweihundert Personen in die Räume der ehemaligen Autowerkstatt dürfen, kommt es unvermeidbar zu Wartezeiten. Aber es lohnt sich. Vor allem eben für Freunde der Streetart. „WANDELISM ist das Beispiel, wie Berlin sein könnte: Überall Platz für Kreative, gerade weil im Moment viel gebaut wird. WANDELISM feiert, was Berlin ist – Bunt und wild: verschiedene urbane Stilrichtungen, vom Bombing, über Graffiti und Zeitgenössischer Kunst, bis hin zu Installation, Musik und Performance. Nicht kuratiert, sondern einfach freigelassen.  WANDELISM wird organisiert von einem Kollektiv Berliner street artists, die den Veränderungen unserer Stadt nicht tatenlos zusehen, sondern ihre Chance nutzen: Streetart und Graffiti setzen sich zwangsläufig mit dem Wandel auseinander, da sie sich ständig im Umbruch befinden. Dasselbe gilt für die Stadt, ihre Bewohner und die Gebäude. [...]

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BecomeNomad is now in Ukraine

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Hello fellow nomads, Few announcement before I continue to my usual updates and complaints. First of all, we now have a nomadic Podcast which you can listen to in Itunes (Download Here). I plan to update it once every 2 weeks, and hope it will be valuable for those of you interested in the nomadic lifestyle. […]

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STREET FOOD THURSDAY

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The Good Store

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Gabin Gusto: Gourmet-Pizza in Udine

by Michael Simmer @ Die Insiderei

Fast Food als Delikatesse ist das Motto von Sternekoch Andrea. In seinem Lokal in Udine serviert er modern interpretierte Pizza.

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Train Etiquette – The Berlin GIFs Edition

by David @ Berlin Love

One of the major arse-aches of train travel anywhere in the world is the inability of some people to grasp the basics of train etiquette. Almost every train journey involves some form of idiocy, lack of common sense or plain rudeness. I have lots of bugbears when it comes to train etiquette – feet on […]

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Pho Real? Vietnamese Street Food Comes To San Telmo

Pho Real? Vietnamese Street Food Comes To San Telmo


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Thom Nguyen's eyes race around the room. Before leading the kitchen as head chef of the newly minted Sáigon, a Vietnamese street food joint located in a corner spot of the Mercado de San Telmo, he was running a more dressed up closed door version out of a remodeled Parque Lezama home. "I can't believe it. I don't know how they found out about us. We're being invaded by Asians," Nguyen comments with a half bewildered half ecstatic grin pointing to a Chinese family of twelve, "and they all want soup!" The owners had suggested that I stop by on a Tuesday evening expecting a quieter atmosphere to talk but just a quarter past seven and a dinner rush was in full swing. Sáigon opened in mid-December and joined the macro renaissance happening across the neighborhood. Over the last year, San Telmo has become one of Buenos Aires' most diverse food neighborhoods without sacrificing its distinct bohemian personality. A more micro-level renaissance might be brewing as well with Sáigon being the second opening of 2016 inside the San Telmo Market together with French ca

Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Lava, Delicatessen in Neukölln’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

The storefront that precedes Lavanderia Vecchia is now home to Lava. A deli with mossy green walls and checkered tiles on the floor. A lone ham and 4 long salamis greet me when I come in. Doilies are pinned to the furniture at random intervals while barren wrought iron candle holders decorate the wall. The...

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THE TREE CRAFT NOODLE HOUSE

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Avoid Being Overcharged as a Tourist

Avoid Being Overcharged as a Tourist

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Overcharging is a phenomenon that all those who have been on the road for a while will inevitably encounter, sometimes without even noticing. What makes overcharging common is its presence in the grey zone between an illegal scam and the right of a vendor to set their price as they wish. This usually allows culprits to get away with nothing but […]

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BERLINER SYMPHONIKER

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DEUTSCHES SYMPHONIE

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Political Figures Show Solidarity with Lula Following Brazil Supreme Court Ruling

by Bubble Staff @ The Bubble | Argentina News

Cristina Kirchner accused the "elites" of using the justice system to "block" him, while two deputies from the Frente de Izquierda introduced a bill aimed at having the Lower House "emphatically condemn" the ruling.

Goodbye Berlin

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Goodbye Berlin’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

All posts about Barcelona have been moved to: www.foodieinbarcelona.com I’ve moved to Barcelona. Most of you probably already know that. Here you will find archives on my adventures in Berlin spanning three years. Berlin was a wonderful home to me and this website was the best part. I met my three best friends through it. And...

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Victoriahaus wird neu eröffnet

by Admin @ Berlin-av – Berichte, Fotos und Videos aus Berlin

Nach langen zwölf Jahren Schließung wegen Baufälligkeit erhält Berlin in Kürze sein Victoriahaus im Botanischen Garten zurück. Das über hundert Jahre alte wertvolle Baudenkmal wurde seit 2013 aufwändig grundsaniert. Jetzt erstrahlt es in neuem Glanz. Das Victoriahaus ist die Heimat tropischer Wasserpflanzen. Dazu gehören vor allem die grandiosen Riesenseerosen. Es ist eines der wichtigsten Schauhäuser des Botanischen Gartens. Jetzt wurden die ersten zarten Keimlinge ins dreißig Grad warme Wasser gesetzt. Und im Juni 2018 ist rechtzeitig zur Blüte der Seerosen eine große Wiedereröffnung geplant. Das grundsanierte Victoriahaus. Bald werden hier wieder die Riesenseerosen zu sehen sein Die erbsengroßen Keimlinge werden per Hand eingesetzt Die in Südamerika heimische Riesenseerosenart Victoria gehört mit ihren bis zu dreißig Zentimetern großen Blüten und den bis zu zwei Meter großen Schwimmblättern zu den absoluten Highlights eines Besuches im Botanischen Garten. Es werden künftig wieder die beiden Arten Victoria amazonica und Victoria cruziana kultiviert, die in wenigen Monaten von einem erbsengroßen Samen zu spektakulären und riesigen Schwimmblattpflanzen heranwachsen. Die einjährigen Pflanzen lieben es warm. Ideale Wachstumsbedingungen gibt es bei 30 Grad Luft- und 30 Grad Wassertemperatur. Viel Licht ist ebenfalls wichtig. Das Victoriahaus von aussen Weitere Highlights im Victoriahaus Ein Mangrovenbereich wird ebenfalls im Victoriahaus gezeigt. [...]

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Best German Food in Berlin

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

AWESOME BERLIN

Best German Food (savory) and the Berliner restaurants to try them. On this article about traditional German Food and restaurants in Berlin, we will cover some of the most iconic “German/Austrian dishes” and the best restaurants to get them. Mind you, “German food” has evolved and changed over time. Berlin’s multi-cultural makeup ads a complete new twist to it. In this article we will only focus on what is regarded as “old school” and traditional Germanic food items. We also wrote an article about typical Berliner foods, in case you are interested. Let’s start by explaining what the dishes are. Below each dish you will find at least one suggestion of a good restaurant to get them. We hope you enjoy them and as always, please feel free to write us with your favorites. We promise to try them!   Schnitzel – The most famous version (and our favorite) is the Wiener Schnitzel Wiener Schnitzel is a dish consisting of a thin slice of veal (or sometimes pork) that is breaded, fried, and garnished. Best restaurants for Wiener Schnitzel in Berlin: Alpenstück (Mitte), Engelbecken (Charlottenburg), Einstein Unter den Linden (Mitte), Jolesch (Kreuzberg), Gasthaus Alt Wien (Prenzlauer Berg).  Photo from Jolesch’s [...]

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Advantages of a Nomad Lifestyle

Advantages of a Nomad Lifestyle

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

The decision to become a Nomad and roam the earth for an extended amount of time (or even for life) can be made for a variety of reasons. A Nomadic Lifestyle does have some substantial disadvantages, but fortunately there are some key advantages to making the world your home. Download | Stitcher | Itunes     Advantages of […]

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How to Survive Rainy Season in Vietnam

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

I moved to the coastal city of Da Nang, Vietnam for the endless summer. I came for the stunning tropical beaches, the laidback

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Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Barcellos Salon Sucré, Pastries, Kreuzberg’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

SucreéBarcellos Salon Sucré is open 4 days a week, from Thursday to Sunday.  On those days, Eric Muller wakes up at 3 a.m. and works 14 hour days. When I visit on Saturday, he is scooting around frenetically.  Having baked most of the pastries on display earlier that day, he is now in serving a steady...

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Zuckerberg - Traditional Candy Shop

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Bep Hen: Vietnamese Family Food with a “Lucky” Twist

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

Sometimes, finding the best hideaway restaurant doesn’t always entail investigative skill. It doesn’t require research online, or even word of mouth. It requires

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Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery

by Suzy @ Foodie in Berlin

Read ‘Tomato Chickpea Salad with Celery’ on the Foodie in Berlin website.

I’ve gotten into a good habit of late. After I drop Layla off at school, I come home and make lunch or however much of lunch can be made ahead of time. A recent favourite is Camargue rice with black beans loosely based on this Bon Appetit recipe. Another is a mung bean noodle salad...

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Kommentar zu Palazzina Alchimia: Privater Palast in Fasano von Apulien: Privatdomizil im weißen Ostuni - Die Insiderei

by Apulien: Privatdomizil im weißen Ostuni - Die Insiderei @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] Groszer hat sich in Apulien mit ihren zwei Boutique-Hotels Palazzina Alchimia und Masseria Alchimia bereits einen Namen gemacht. Jetzt eröffnete sie ihr drittes Hideaway am […]

Falkland Islands Wildlife Guide

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Think of amazing wildlife encounters around the world, and the same experiences are bound to crop up time and time again. Going on a safari in South Africa, tiger spotting in India, diving with sharks in Australia, or getting close to grizzlies in the US. While these destinations certainly deserve their reputation as wildlife hotspots, […]

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Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler | Stil in Berlin

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Short-term Accommodation Strategies for Travelers and Digital Nomads

Short-term Accommodation Strategies for Travelers and Digital Nomads

by rosshbusch @ BecomeNomad

Although we’ve often discussed the benefits of slow travel, it’s also important to understand how digital nomads and long-term travelers can best book accommodations for a week or less.  The following article focuses on strategies and tactics for booking short-term stays. My list is built around personal priorities and it would be best not to […]

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My favorite Restaurants in Berlin right now

by AwesomeBerlin @ AWESOME BERLIN

AWESOME BERLIN

First, a disclaimer: This is a list of my favorite restaurants in Berlin right now. I am sure there are a million other great restaurants that are worth a visit. My goal with this article is to give you a shortlist of where I like to eat these days. These restaurants have proven to deliver delicious food and satisfying experience, CONSISTENTLY. Yes, chefs and staff may have bad days, but I guarantee that these places have way more amazing days than otherwise. You may be disappointed, as I am not going to tell you about the *newest* restaurants in Berlin. Most of the places I am recommending have been around for a while. I catch myself going back and that, I think, is a good sign. I want to personally give you solid options that I truly love and are here to stay (I certainly hope so).  Take it as a recommendation between friends. I have also mostly selected restaurants that are not going to break your bank. They range from my trusted Turkish joint, where you can eat for 10 bucks to my favorite mid-range restaurants, where you can get an amazing dinner for around 60-70 Euros. If you [...]

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Finding a Nutritious Balance

by Karen @ Institute for Public Health

By Eliza Antonowich, Communications Assistant, Institute for Public Health As a sophomore in college, I have found that the most popular buzzword in conversation on campus must be balance. How can one possibly manage all the components that lead to success? From academics, a job, exercise, extracurricular activities, a social life, and community service, busy […]

Exclusive: Snax “Two Souls” Video Premiere | Stil in Berlin

by @ Stil in Berlin

It must be at least ten years ago that I saw  perform for the first time – it was one of these glorious Berlin summer days full of sunshine and happy people on the rooftop of the former office of then tiny Soundcloud. He delivered a set that underlined the amazingness of the day, playful and light, yet still intense on the bass, his singing, and completely danceable. The mood and sound of the day is still so present in my memory. When he sent me an email a couple weeks ago whether I wanted to premier the new video set in Brandenburg I was like: Sweet! Let's do it!

Necessary Digital Nomad Skills for Long term Travel

Necessary Digital Nomad Skills for Long term Travel

by Eli @ BecomeNomad

Discussing the necessary skills a digital nomad needs in order to maintain a happy and balanced lifestyle is important since this lifestyle is probably not the best option for most of us. You should probably consider to pursue a nomadic path of long term travel if you have a critical mass of the specific skills […]

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New Music Alert: Uji from Lulacruza Releases New Track ‘Jenga’

by Emma Conn @ The Bubble | Argentina News

This week has been a struggle, hasn’t it? There’s nothing quite like that jolt to the system of the first day back after five magical feriados. Luckily, Uji is here to help ease your way into the (regular length, sigh) weekend. Uji, or Luis Maurette, is a Buenos Aires-born electronic producer and musician who formed one half

MINH SAN VIETNAMESE FOOD

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Race Matters: A story about White privilege

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

Raising Race Conscious Children created this comic in response to a comment on our Facebook feed after we shared this comic about class privilege. The commenter wrote that they wished there was a similar comic that addressed White privilege. So...

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Kommentar zu Wellbeing im Robinson Club Khao Lak von Robinson Club auf eigener Malediven-Insel - Die Insiderei

by Robinson Club auf eigener Malediven-Insel - Die Insiderei @ Kommentare für Die Insiderei

[…] zwei neue Hotels hat Robinson kürzlich eröffnet. Der eine in Thailand, der zweite auf der Malediveninsel Orivaru im Noonu Atoll. Noonu wurde auch gleich zum Resort-Namen […]

STAATSKAPELLE BERLIN

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Berlin for free – part I

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AWESOME BERLIN

It is a fact: Berlin is still one of the top budget destinations in Europe. The German capital has a lot to offer with its touching history, diverse neighborhoods, affordable food and accommodation options. Not to mention the infinite nightlife choices. Although prices have consistently risen in the last years (especially for the locals), Berlin has a plethora of activities and attractions that are totally free of charge! So it was only natural that we dedicated some time to give you tips for enjoying Berlin for free!  In fact, there are so many free-of-charge activities that we decided to publish this article in two parts! Make sure to read them both before deciding where to spend your time! Find “Berlin for free – part II” here! Most of the places are more enjoyable in the warmer seasons, when people spend their spare time in the parks and lakes all over the city and take advantage of the late sunsets. However, in the colder months, Berlin offers plenty of nice indoor activities as well. The first and most basic thing you will need is to maintain high levels of nutrients in your body (also known as getting food). And in Berlin you [...]

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Opioid Epidemic Research Funding Program, 2018 Awardees

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

The Opioid Epidemic Research Funding Program is a new pilot funding program focused on strategies to address the opioid epidemic.  Accepted projects included both early and late stage translational research. Funding for the 2018 projects were awarded to: Digital Therapy to Support Recovery Among Pregnant Women with Opioid Use Disorder Team: Patricia Cavazos-Rehg, PhD; Donald Bohnenkamp, […]

YOGAROSA: Yoga-Rückzug im Norden von Ibiza

by Franziska Riedl @ Die Insiderei

YOGAROSA, so nennt sich das Yoga-Retreat von Rosa Klein im Norden von Ibiza. Früher war Rosa Teil der Österreichischen High-Society, heute begrüßt sie Stressgeplagte in ihrem idyllischen Hideaway. Mit Hunden, Hühnern, Schweinchen, täglichen Yoga- und Meditationsklassen und viel, viel Ruhe.

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Moana, Elsa, and Halloween

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by Sachi Feris My five-year-old, who I had successfully shielded from Disney princesses until recently, finally figured out that “Let it go” (which she had been singing with her friends for a over a year), was from the movie “Frozen.”...

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Medicare Shift to Quality Over Quantity Presents Challenges

by Karen @ Center for Health Economics and Policy – Institute for Public Health

This article originally appeared on The Source and is reprinted here with permission. New Payment System May Disproportionately Burden Small Physician Practices A new study hints that even large physician practices may have trouble moving to a payment system that rewards quality of health care over quantity of services delivered. The analysis included data from the first […]

BIERHOF RÜDERSDORF

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Sherwood Suites opens new residential property in Saigon

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

Sherwood Suites, an apartment-only property near the heart of Ho Chi Minh City, has opened with the aim of delivering travellers a mix of hotel luxury and residential flexibility. The property offers five-star hotel service and amenities such as an outdoor covered pool, an international deli and restaurant and a 24-hour gym with sauna and […]

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Andy Goldstein’s ‘Inventarios Fotografías 1973-2012’ at FOLA

by Holly Stanley @ The Bubble | Argentina News

So far, 2018 has been a banner year for Argentine photography exhibitions. With a phenomenal retrospective of Aldo Sessa in the MAMBA and Sara Facio’s images of Perón at MALBA already on show, it is now Andy Goldstein’s turn to exhibit at FoLA. For those of you unfamiliar with FoLA (Fototeca Latinoamericana), it’s Buenos Aires’ only fully dedicated

What is the right age to start living nomadically?

What is the right age to start living nomadically?

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

The topic of the right timing and age for starting a nomadic lifestyle is important and not often discussed. Wouldn’t it be better to it plan ahead (we’re talking years before) as a viable option for your life instead of making an abrupt decision about becoming a nomad, usually, at a time of crisis? The […]

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10 More Must-See Movies at This Year’s BAFICI Film Festival

by Jorge Farah @ The Bubble | Argentina News

The Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema starts in less than a week, and if you’re anything like us, you’re still scrambling to put together a schedule. The problem with attempting to select films from such a wide-ranging catalog is that there’s just so much to choose from. Do we focus on the excellent Argentine films that

HOPFENREICH

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Château Feely in Saussignac – Our Second Home in France

by Margherita @ The Crowded Planet

Have you ever wondered where we disappear every year in February? Welcome to Château Feely, a biodynamic winery near Saussignac, in the Dordogne region of south-west France. We’ve just finished housesitting here for the third consecutive year, so we thought it was about time to tell you about Château Feely and what’s there to see […]

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Bernauerstrasse area Berlin Wall Memorial

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Best place in Southeast Asia for cheap love – Saigon

by admin @ Saigon-online.net

There are so many reason for Vietnam, especially Ho Chi Minh, being one of the best destinations for all the travelers. Cheap prices will be sure in the place on the list of reasons. Let’s take a look to find this. For a night out with a potential life-long love in Ho Chi Minh City, […]

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HOUSE OF SMALL WONDER

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Grupo Cappuccino feiert Hotelpremiere in Palma

by Verena Neumayr @ Die Insiderei

Die spanische Café-Kette Grupo Cappuccino hat jetzt auch ein Hotel im Portfolio. Es steht in Palma de Mallorca, inmitten der Stadt, auf der berühmten Plaza de Cort.

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Datenschutz | Stil in Berlin

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10 of the best budget eats in Berlin

10 of the best budget eats in Berlin


the Guardian

Berlin's best fast food joints and cheap eats including currywurst, buletten and Vietnamese noodles – available around the clock

INDUSTRY STANDARD

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Hello world!

by admin @ Saigon Street Eat

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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With Nixon in ’68: The Year America Came Apart

With Nixon in ’68: The Year America Came Apart


WSJ

War, protest, assassination and riot upended American politics and created cultural divides that are still with us today.

Tips for working with a laptop from public locations

Tips for working with a laptop from public locations

by Lorena Quiroga @ BecomeNomad

Whether you are a digital nomad, freelancer or remote worker, it is critical to find good spots to stay for a few hours and get some work done with our laptops. WiFi is readily available today, but there are still many other factors to consider when trying to find the perfect work space, and it’s surprisingly not easy […]

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Doner sandwiches and Berliners: A street food crawl of Berlin

Doner sandwiches and Berliners: A street food crawl of Berlin


Food

With help from two local cab drivers, Zimmern samples the street flavours of Berlin, from Turkish sandwiches to Korean-Berlin tacos.

White as “right:” Why I don’t normalize Whiteness with my children

by Raising Race Conscious Children @ Raising Race Conscious Children

by Sachi Feris Around the corner from my apartment is a coffee shop with a poster-sized photograph of Marilyn Monroe. My two-year-old son and I have made many trips to this coffee shop and he always points out this image...

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EXPLORE TEMPELHOFER FELD

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Winterfeldt Schokolad

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Travel burnout and restoring the magic to life on the road

Travel burnout and restoring the magic to life on the road

by Tal Imagor @ BecomeNomad

The emotional high of traveling is not always a feeling that stays for the entire duration of the journey, especially when traveling long term. It’s quite common for the magic of traveling to fade, which can result in decreased fun, travel fatigue or even complete burnout. This is especially true for people digital nomads, who face […]

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Wegbier: Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map

by David @ Berlin Love

Berlin is pretty cheap when it comes to beer but I’ve noticed that Späti prices can vary wildly so I came up with Wegbier – Berlin’s Bargain Beer Map to keep track of the best value options. One of the reasons I fell in love with Berlin was the freedom to drink a beer as […]

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LODE & STIJN RESTAURANT

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12 Special Moments From Around the World that Sum up 2017

by A Wandering Casiedilla @ A WANDERING CASIEDILLA

2017 was one hell of a year. I wandered through three continents and nine countries. I learned how to identify the world’s best

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Neues Mittagsspezial bei Sapôres ab dem 21.09.2017

by Vuong Doan @ Sapôres – Sàigòn Street Food

Ab heute bei uns im Programm cháo gà! Unbedingt probieren! Außerdem als Mittagsspezial bánh mì chay, unser hausgemachtes Sandwich mit Tofu.

Mittagsspezial Sapores ab 21.09.17

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Argentina Unveils its Plan to Conquer the Chinese Tourism Market via Alibaba

by Antoine Latran @ The Bubble | Argentina News

The measure should be made official in two weeks

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