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Berlin for all the Family has Moved...  Posted on 09/12/2013
I am thrilled with the way this blog has built in its short life and before things get any bigger, I've decided to move Berlin for all the Family to its own domain: berlinforallthefamily.com. The site continues the same pages...
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Event: Firefighter Combat Challenge Germany 2013  Posted on 09/05/2013
It wasn't much of a hardship for me to head over to Tempelhofer Freiheit today to photgraph the second day of the Firefighter Combat Challenge. I've watched it previously with Milo in its old location at Potsdamer Platz and I...
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Berlin's Expat Families  Posted on 08/31/2013
I am lucky to get to regularly meet and talk to expat families living in Berlin. They come from all ends of the world and some arrive already complete, whilst others are made here. I have a number of portraits of Berlin's expat...
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Family Pop Up Shop Opening in Berlin  Posted on 08/30/2013
In September, a special pop up shop will be opening in Berlin. Created by Erdbär and Unsere Schlemmertüte, the pop up store will revolve around healthy eating, fun and games. There will be plenty of events, items from German...
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Best Playgrounds in Berlin: Fairy Tale Playground  Posted on 08/27/2013
A meeting this morning meant I had the chance to visit and photograph this wonderful gem of a playground hidden off the beaten path in Neukölln. Situated just a minutes walk from S Bahn Köllnische Heide, this large playground has...
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How to Apply for a German Passport for your Baby  Posted on 08/26/2013
If your baby is a German citizen, then you are able to get them a German passport (Kinderreisepass). The process of getting your baby a German passport is often much simpler and much cheaper than getting one from your home country. Best of...
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Berlin Baby & Children's Boutiques: Levy's  Posted on 08/24/2013
Large chain stores can never beat the joy of the little independent shops because they will simply never be fronted by someone like the character that is Levy, who runs this treasure trove of treats for large and small. Quite the character...
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  • Friendlymax
    Friendlymax 17 June 2013 08:42:25

    Those interested can join for Free-The English Conversation Group which meets every Tuesday at 19.30 Hrs in Tolerance Cafe (211 Friedrich Strasse ) located at Check Point Charlie,next to Star Bucks cafe.The U-Bahn station is:Koch Strasse
    Have fun with English

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