#day363 – welcoming Edeka in my hood

Actually there haven’t been so many changes in Berlin’s cityscape since January. At least what I’ve seen so far. Today I had to realize though, that there’s one part, that changed a lot. My hood, my own crossing. I mean, the big crossing right next to my house, where I cross the street at the […]

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#day118 – black burger dinner

Since I had been at one of those burgers and hip hop parties in Kreuzberg I wanted to try a black burger. I heard of a nice burger restaurant in my hood and invited my girls to our own little burger party. It shoud be a special evening and Berlin’s opportunities wants to be taken. […]

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#day66 – wise welcoming at my train station

That’s how I like to return home. It was already shortly before midnight when I had been back in Prenzlauer Berg from family weekend. I like returning to my neighbourhood and especially my street, but the S-Bahnhof and the direct surrounding isn’t that nice. A bit disgusting to be exact. And with some GDR charme. Brown ugly […]

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#day56 – a thuringian neighbourhood-beer

There’re three bars in my street. In two of three I’ve been at least once since I live there. The Bierquelle or the source of beer is a typical corner bar with darts, pool, slot machines, sky tv and old drunk men. The pub saved me last winter from death by cold with a hot wine. The Bilderpinte […]

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#day18 – breakfast at Nothaft & Seidel Café

Wohooo, national day in Germany. And such a sunny one. What’s better than starting a day out of work with an amazing breakfast? You’re right – nothing. I love breakfast. It’s the best meal of the day. I could skip lunch and dinner for breakfast all day long. And Prenzlberg is maybe the best district in […]

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#day13 – walking the last two stops back home

After a long office day just sitting behind the computer I wanted to have a little after-work walk today. I decided spontaneously to get off at station Schönhauser Allee and walk the last to stops back home, a thing I have never done before. Half of the two-kilometres-way is strolling down the Stargarder Straße, a […]

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#day5 – meeting a badger in the metro

Allow me to introduce you to my new favourite metro companion I met today: the badger. The badger is usally a free-living forester, commonly occurring in Europe and Asia. He loves to eat insects, fruits, berries and earthworms and hates humans, who intimidates his biosphere. Most of his time he spends hidden in a cave, digging tunnels. That’s […]

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