#day105 – searching a bar to rent

In search of a bar to rent for a little party, I walked three hours through Neukölln, Kreuzberg and Friedrichhain tonight. I did it the good old way. Going there and asking personally. The result: Most bars don’t have a room to rent out or don’t keep free the whole bar or at least parts of […]

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#day81 – an old toilet wisdom in a new bar

Do you know what’s the best about shabby bars? The notes in the restroom. I love going to the toilet, when I visit a bar for the first time. There’re almost always inspiring quotes, funny claims or crazy stickers – at the wall and the hand dryer, in the mirror and on the toilet. Sometimes you […]

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#day52 – Germany’s beloved crime series in English

Watching Tatort, the famous German crime series, is a Sunday evening habit for many many Germans. I’m actually not the biggest fan. I would never watch it alone, I join a public viewing rarely. More for social than for entertaining reasons. For the 999th episode a friend and I celebrated the pre-anniversary with a little happening: Tatort in combination […]

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#day41 – with my favorite bears at Huxley’s

Goooosebumps, guys. Bear’s den, my favorite folk and indie bears from the UK, procured me another amazing concert highlight today. I’m still stoked. It was my third time seeing them live. I felt in love, when I saw them first live in Viktoriapark in London last summer. My second concert was in Kesselhaus in Berlin, only three […]

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#day19 – Japanese fast food at Gotcillas

Sometimes it’s all about food. After a delicious breakfast yesterday some friends and I wanted to check out a new burger place at Weserstraße in Neukölln tonight. I like a comparison someone told me a while ago: Weserstraße is Berlin’s version of Barcelona’s Ramblas – a busy strolling promenade famous for bars, internationals and pickpockets. Okay, Weserstraße doesn’t leads […]

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