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  1. Fet Reply
    Sep 30,  · Just a craftsman with an impressive voice and quite a personal history having a good time with two talented fellow-musicians. The pianist and the bass-player create a most respectful frame for a singer who sings gospel, blues, rock `n roll, etc. as if he invented the genres himself. He does not even have to do his best/5(13).
  2. Kerisar Reply
    My mum and her boyfriend are more into little cafes and sightseeing. We are also looking at the Zoo Berlin, but are undecided on it. I am aware that posts have been made about this before but unfortunately we failed to find any specific advice other than "Berlin is beautiful there's so much to do", with a failure to list actual activities.
  3. Vogis Reply
    Exchange Rate Home >> Foreign Exchange Cities >> Berlin Exchange Rate Berlin. Use the currency converter below to calculate the current exchange rate for the city of pauchassubspacockpea.slinenmetoparbezischbofabackketra.infoinfo currency used in Berlin is the Euro. Berlin is the capital of Germany. If you are traveling to Berlin, you will need to exchange your currency for the German Euro. You may exchange your money for the Euro at most Berlin.
  4. Shakree Reply
    Jun 27,  · It Must Have Been love - Roxette(Unplugged) - Duration: danielsam22 1,, views.
  5. Daisar Reply
    I lived and worked in Berlin in Summer When I was there I was making about Euro a month, and I ended the summer at about net zero. Of the Euro, about half went to my rent. The rest I used for groceries, going out, and travelling.
  6. Shahn Reply
    Jun 06,  · But Berlin, there are things we need to talk about that I won't be wistfully thinking of after a glass or two of wine once I've moved away. 1. Schönefeld airport.
  7. Voodoozil Reply
    Berlin is a great city, even if you are not a history buff, but to really get a feel for the city, I would plan to spend at least 5 days to 8ish, as s minimum. I haven't been in a couple of years, but it used to be more expensive than Munich & Rome, although some things are cheaper, especially if you don't erat in the most expensive touristy places.
  8. Akinorisar Reply
    The best time to visit Berlin is May through September, when the weather is ideal for cafe sitting, park lazing and leisurely city strolling. Winter, on the other hand, is freezing: Temperatures.
  9. Arashigami Reply
    So far so good – except – in Berlin, money mostly comes in 5, 10, 20 an 50 Euro bills (and coins, of course!). Anything bigger than a 50 Euro bill might cause you complications. Sometimes even a 50 Euro bill is not accepted.