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Cafe Des Artistes - Berlin

Cafe Des Artistes - Berlin

Greek travel agency Mykonos Accommodation Center at a stand in cooperation with LifeThink presented to the LGBT travel market at this year’s ITB The gay friendly hotspots of Mykonos. A very tasteful book show all of the island’s gay-friendly hotspots as bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels. An IGLTA member for the past 20 years, the Mykonos Accommodation Center represented the following Greek hotels at ITB Berlin: Semeli, Elysium, Greco Philia Suites, Mykonian Mare Hotel and Myconian K…

Greek travel agency Mykonos Accommodation Center at a stand in cooperation with LifeThink presented to the LGBT travel market at this year’s ITB The gay friendly hotspots of Mykonos. A very tasteful book show all of the island’s gay-friendly hotspots as bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels. An IGLTA member for the past 20 years, the Mykonos Accommodation Center represented the following Greek hotels at ITB Berlin: Semeli, Elysium, Greco Philia Suites, Mykonian Mare Hotel and Myconian K…

NEW SPOT: LA SOUPE POPULAIRE BERLIN - Petite Passport

NEW SPOT: LA SOUPE POPULAIRE BERLIN (Petite Passport)

La Soupe Populaire - gallery / restaurant housed in an old brewery serving a high-end take on German comfort food

Queer Berlin – Your Guide to Berlin’s Best LGBT Hotspots  http://travelsofadam.com/2017/07/queer-berlin-guide/

Queer Berlin Tour - A Map of Berlin's Best LGBT Hotspots

Explore Berlin's best LGBT hotspots with the QueerBerlin map by Travels of Adam and BertaBerlin with 3 walking tours & over 50 other queer places

Berlin Brunches  - http://travelsofadam.com/city-guides/berlin/

Berlin - Hipster City Guide & Travel Tips - Travels of Adam

Hipster guide to Berlin with the best bars, nightlife, restaurants and other travel tips for the most hip city in Europe: Berlin!

After 1924 the sale of powder cocaine was forbidden. One of the reasons that cocaine was so popular in Germany was that the drug became associated with youth culture and gay nightlife. Berlin was known as a "powder city" because of the numerous drug dealers dotting the city's hotspots. Two of the most popular sites were the stations nears the Potzdamerplatz and Wittenbergplatz, which was a known meeting place for homosexual men and women.

Sigmund Freud was an excellent provider to not only to himself but his work paid him well to instill Cocaine regularly. He became a sadist then wrote some books to make amends.

Berlin Berghain/Panorama Nightclub - All City 7

Berghain Summer Begins: Major Lazer & Marc Houle's "La Folie" Debut

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