It seems lately my posts are getting longer and longer because each time I add more photos… but I can’t help it, and I think today it’s going to be pretty much the same, because I’m going to post some photographs of my trip to Berlin in May of last year.
I’ve already talked about it before, but the other day, while organizing my photos and folders and whatnot, I looked at these photos again and realized there were some I really like that I haven’t posted here.
I really liked going to Berlin. I found it to be quite photogenic, and loved its cafés, stores, monuments, and streets. I had never visited the city before, and once I got there I had to add it to the endless list of places I’d love to live in someday.
I took this photo in a small second-hand bookstore called East of Eden. It was really cosy, its owners were very nice, and they had an amazing selection of books. Unfortunately they closed a while ago.
This is where an acquaintance lived. Dream house!
Among the nice cafés we went to, the one I liked the most was Luzia, where we stayed by the window and met Robin, a pretty cool and talented English pianist. We also saw rather interesting people through the window.
My trip to Berlin also coincided with May 1, a day where demonstrations and festivities take place in the streets of Kreuzberg. It was a great and interesting experience, and ALSO, we got to see the most handsome policemen we’ve ever seen in our lives. Unfortunately I didn’t photograph them because I was baffled by their good looks. True story. I did, however, take some pictures of the crowded streets.
And that’s it. If you ever plan on going to Berlin and need some advice, don’t hesitate to send me an e-mail!
You can see the rest of the photos here.