Today we went on a tour through the Tempelhof Flughafen in Berlin, an airport with a history.
The not-so-pretty Holzmarktstraße with not-so-pretty architecture in the background.
Underneath the busy Warschauer Brücke there’s this nice quiet part of Berlin with great lighting. The contrast of the dark crowd above and bright emptiness below make for a nice photo.
Quick smoke break on a cold Sunday afternoon in Berlin.
Hiding from the Berlin rain underneath the Oberbaumbrücke. The Oberbaum Bridge (German: Oberbaumbrücke) is a double-deck bridge crossing Berlin’s River Spree, considered one of the city’s landmarks. It links Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, former boroughs that were divided by the Berlin Wall, and has become an important symbol of Berlin’s unity….
Grabbing a bratwurst from one of the walking bratwurstguys at Alexanderplatz.
“Weihnachtsrodeo” sounds exciting with wild horses and all, but it is mostly a hipster X-mas market at the beautiful Kühlhaus in Berlin. (for the Rotterdammerts amongst us: a 4 story Swanmarket) It was really nice to visit with Uli ♥ and Sander und Madelonski though.
With my dear friends Sander and Madelon on the subway en route to one of the X-mas markets of Berlin.
Emma from the excellent `Wat te doen in Berlijn´ website (Dutch blog with LOADS of insider tips on visiting and moving to Berlin) recommended us the Weihnachtsrodeo as a cool X-mas market. Emma was right, very cool! From outside in the queue however, I saw these gentlemen observing the queue.