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Lonely Planet Berlin 7th Ed.: 7th Edition [Paperback]

Andrea Schulte-Peevers
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Feb. 1 2011 Lonely Planet Berlin
Lonely Planet Berlin Discover why the Reichstag was wrapped in silver fabric for 14 days See cutting-edge art displayed in a Nazi bunker Dine in a secret restaurant where the host serves you supper in their own home Sleep inside a kaleidoscope, prison cell or coffin at Berlin's most unusual hotel In This Guide: Written by our expert resident author who knows the city inside-out Full-color coverage of Berlin's vibrant art, design, music and fashion scenes Insider tips from a music tour guide and an art gallery curator

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"'the best guide to the city - as stylish as Time Out, but more reliable' - as road-tested by The Independent (14/09/05)" --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Andrea is a Los Angeles-based writer, editor and translator who owes her love for languages and travel to her mother who lugged her off to foreign lands when she was still a toothless toddler. After completing high school in Germany, Andrea left for London and stints as an au-pair, market researcher and foreign language correspondent. In the mid-'80s she swapped England for Southern California and the hallowed halls of UCLA. She then hit the job market armed with a degree in English literature and charted a course in travel journalism. Assignments have taken her to all continents but Antarctica and her work has been published in several countries. Andrea joined the fleet of Lonely Planet writers in 1995 and has updated and authored guides to Los Angeles, California & Nevada, Germany and Western Europe.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Berlin travel guides April 2 2003
Format:Paperback
This book has all the information you need, to prepare you for a wonderful vacation in Berlin. It's the kind of book that you curl up with near the fire on a cold snowy winter day and read about the trip you'll take during the summer. But--------- there are better guides for those individuals who have travelled in Europe before and who just want the nuts and bolts and will allow the city to visit them. I personally recommend either DK (Dorling Kindersley) Eyewitness Guide to Berlin or the slightly older Knopf 'City Guide' published last in 1998. However with Berlin changing so rapidly, you'll probably do better with the DK guide. It has more photos which aren't essential, but are a nice added feature but more importantly it breaks the city up in a better way to help you get the most out of your time. I think it's much better.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Berlin travel guides April 2 2003
By Michael Turner - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This book has all the information you need, to prepare you for a wonderful vacation in Berlin. It's the kind of book that you curl up with near the fire on a cold snowy winter day and read about the trip you'll take during the summer. But--------- there are better guides for those individuals who have travelled in Europe before and who just want the nuts and bolts and will allow the city to visit them. I personally recommend either DK (Dorling Kindersley) Eyewitness Guide to Berlin or the slightly older Knopf 'City Guide' published last in 1998. However with Berlin changing so rapidly, you'll probably do better with the DK guide. It has more photos which aren't essential, but are a nice added feature but more importantly it breaks the city up in a better way to help you get the most out of your time. I think it's much better.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Maps are useless (Kindle version) May 17 2011
By Jason Huang - Published on Amazon.com
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The body text links you to a map, but the maps only have numbers on them without any legend telling you what each number represents. How are we supposed to know where to find the described venues?

The iBookstore version is much easier to use, especially with maps.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Complete June 16 2009
By Manuel Rojas - Published on Amazon.com
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It is a very complete guide, with all kinds of information, the maps could be bigger and folded.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Lonely Planet on Berlin is a gem of a guide April 30 2011
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We used this guide for two weeks in Berlin, then passed it on to relatives who were staying on there. It is as well organized,easy to use and worthwhile as a guide could be. Virtually every
restaurant recommendation we took from it turned out be superb. In one case, Cafe Jacques, we were asked by the restaurant waitstaff and other diners how we found this excellent, but
somewhat hidden Kreuzberg neighborhood eatery. The book made everything easy to find and quick to get to. I would give it five stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Berlin Encounter... great travel guide! Oct. 27 2008
By Alicia A. Rotman - Published on Amazon.com
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My husband and I had never been to Berlin and were planning to visit for 3 days only. Berlin Encounter by Lonely Planet was the best travel guide ever. It was right on the dot for everything: places to see, where to eat, and how to manage your time. I recommended HIGHLY!
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