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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2014 11:24 am 
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Berlin Vegan is up again with a new design :-)

I don't know anything in Ulm even though I grew up down there in the south... but be sure to climb onto the cathedral tower!! :-) It is soooo beautiful. Oh, and on June 8th, there is the Vegan Street Day in Stuttgart which is close to Ulm :-) http://www.vegan-street-day.de/

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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Fri May 02, 2014 2:37 pm 
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dandykins wrote:
Hey all - I will be visiting Berlin with my guy the end of May/first week of June. What vegan restaurants are must-see?

I checked out this link: http://www.berlin-vegan.de/
which seems to be shut down : ( I know this is a long shot, but is there an equivalent site for Berlin vegan activities, restaurants, etc.?

For example, I use this website quite a bit at home, and here are the listing it cites for Berlin - do these seem pretty accurate? http://www.vegguide.org/region/60

Finally, I realize this is very random, but I also will be in Ulm for a week - any vegan tips/suggestions there?


Berlin is vegan heaven! I wrote a big long post with some pictures about my favorite vegan places in Berlin, perhaps that would be helpful? Here's the link:

http://vegannomnoms.net/2012/10/berlin-vegan-guide.html

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Otherwise Berlin Vegan is pretty good once the site is working again, I'd also recommend liking them on Facebook as they post about vegan happenings quite often. Otherwise I find Foursquare very useful for finding vegan things if you have a smart phone and of course Happy Cow! Enjoy!

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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2014 10:02 am 
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Wow, these are fantastic resources!! Thank you so much! smultron, thanks for the tip re: Ulm. I have so much to look through but it's so great to have this much information. I appreciate the local tips so much - thank you!


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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 9:36 am 
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I'm going with some friends for 4 days and I have 2 questions: where could we go for brunch and what else should we do other than stuff our faces?


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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Fri May 16, 2014 3:26 pm 
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what kind of things do you enjoy?

theres a lot of brunch options but you need to book in advance. I've only been to Viasko and it was good all 3 times but it was a long time ago and they became really weird and snobbish/unfriendly. There's also a French café that offers brunch and others I haven't been to, so I can't really tell you which one is great. My friends used to love the brunch at my favourite café Vux.

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 Post subject: Re: Berlin (and Germany in general)
PostPosted: Sat May 17, 2014 7:01 am 
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Pi_Face wrote:
I'm going with some friends for 4 days and I have 2 questions: where could we go for brunch and what else should we do other than stuff our faces?


I just went to Kopps in Mitte for the first time for brunch and it was the best one I've been to yet! Otherwise I quite enjoy the brunch at Pele Mele. For Kopps you need to make a reservations, I think for Pele Mele as well. It's quite easy though and they should speak English if you don't know any German.

Oh La La also has a vegan and gluten-free brunch Sat and Sundays if that's your thang.

As for stuff to do, go hang out at the Tempelhofer Feld. It's a park that used to be an airport and it's awesome and has lots of cure quirky community gardens. Also check out the abandoned amusement park (Google it), it's pretty cool. I general just riding a bike around Berlin is super nice, so it's worth renting one or checking out Bike Surf Berlin to rent an affordable one.

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