Spontaneous travel is even better with a little planning. So there were tickets, a place to stay and a packed bag. There is something magical about Christmas in every city, but in case of Berlin I don´t mean the decorated buildings or the beautiful windows. I mean a very uncommon atmosphere in a quite non-German city which was so freezing and drowning in grey sky that it almost looked monochrome. Painful history still around. But untypicall things make trips even more enjoyable – of that I´m sure. Warm socks and glass(es) of mulled wine will soothe your mind and fuel you with energy to fight the freezing cold.
Alexanderplatz. The meeting place.
Tracing the Berlin Wall
Reichstag. Still freezing. Shot by MS
Bicycles shooting competition, this one is the winner. Taken by MS.
Minimalist Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. I love this shot. Taken by MS.
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Roses remind me of one particular movie which always makes me cry.
Something about Christmas time…
Mulled wine. Not freezing cold anymore. Taken by MS.
And then we found a bar whose owner was Polish and it was his 40th birthday that night. We got invited to the party right away and had a great time!
A little bit of decadence on Saturday night
Posts about the Berlin Wall and Stories from Berlin Subway coming soon.
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