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Octoberfest in Germany 2009

Octoberfest in Germany 2009Trip Plan

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arts + culture,
hiking + trekking,
outdoors + nature,

My fiance and I are planning to attend Octoberfest.We want to travel all over Germany(Berlin),Poland(Auschwitz),Netherlands(Ammsterdam).See the sites of hollacaust,museums,Berlin Wall.We'd like to get tattoos there,something to remind us of our trip to our heritage.


See + Do Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

A 1973 building by Gerrit Rietveld along with a 1999 addition (locally known as "the mussel") by Kisho Kurokawa is the world's premier venue for works by... more

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See + Do Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

The vast neoclassical brick castle of the Rijksmuseum—is set in gardens leading to Museumplein and onward to the Van Gogh Museum and the Concertgebouw.... more

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See + Do Red Light District, Amsterdam

You needn't have any interest in the red lights and what's beneath them to enjoy a stroll here. The interplay of tree, canal, brickwork, and gable here may put... more

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See + Do Coffeeshops, Amsterdam

First things first: Marijuana is not fully legal in the Netherlands, although possession and consumption of small amounts are tolerated—a prime example of... more

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See + Do Anne Frank House, Amsterdam

Even if you've heard the story of Anne Frank time and again, a visit to the house is a must. You'll be surprised at how emotional a walk through the secret... more

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Hotel Pension Funk
Hotel Hotel Pension Funk, Berlin

Two decades before Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich made androgyny famous, Danish silent-film star Asta Nielson paved the way. This pension, in her former... more


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Eating Restaurant Maxwell, Berlin

Occupying a neo-Gothic 1878 brick building that once housed a brewery, this popular spot with an eclectic menu plays the art card in a major way—which is... more

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Eating Lutter & Wegner, Berlin

There's a whiff of 19th-century Mitteleuropean splendor at this handsome and historic restaurant on Gendarmenmarkt. In business since 1811, Lutter & Wegner... more

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See + Do Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

After 1989, Berlin's bohemians came to settle in this former East German working-class neighborhood of gray, unrenovated tenements, many of them with coal... more

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See + Do Mitte, Berlin

At the height of Cold War tensions, the name of this neighborhood, Mitte (Middle), seemed anachronistic. Once the heart of prewar Berlin, Mitte, subsumed into... more

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See + Do Government Quarter/Tiergarten, Berlin

Tiergarten, Berlin's version of Central Park, is also the name of the neighborhood that includes the Regierungsquartier (Government Quarter). Per square mile,... more

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See + Do Eastern Berlin, Berlin

Remnants of the Berlin Wall are few and far between these days, and most locals are happy about that. Nostalgia for the former German Democratic Republic,... more

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See + Do Charlottenburg, Berlin

When the Wall went up, Charlottenburg became the commercial heart of West Berlin, as it remains today. The Lehrter Bahnhof is the point of entry for many... more

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See + Do Art Scene, Berlin

Berlin remains a place where artists can rent studios and gallery spaces can be opened for a reasonable sum. But Mitte no longer has the lock on the gallery... more

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