Now I’m finally posting more frequently, it’s about time for a new Days in Berlin post! The last one is from October, my god… more than 4 months ago! And a lot happened in these months. I’ll share my new Berlin hotspots and the amazing adventures I went on in this Days in Berlin!
This is where it all started: the night that we met Scot. He was still living in South-East Berlin at a foster home and really needed a new family. You can read more about how the dog-adoption went down, in my blogpost about Scot!
Before we picked up Scot to be with us foreverrr we went on a short citytrip to Krakow. This picture was taken on a Sunday morning at 06:30 o’clock on our way to the best and most crazy vintage market I ever went to! Yes, that lens flare is really from the amazing sunset we witnessed. Blogpost about Krakow will follow soon.
Close to our home, you’ll find park Gleisdreieck. Ever since Scot is living with us, this is the place I like to spend my afternoons.
You might not see it, but this is Josh Homme with Queens Of The Stone Age at Velodrom!
A new Italian restaurant opened at the Maybachufer: Ammazza che Pizza. The pizza’s are amazing and in summertime you can enjoy them at the waterside, tip!
Ammazza che Pizza
But we also made some amazing dinner at home! First you see a delicious onion soup (shared in this post with my 7 favourite vegetarian recipes) and below is honey baked salmon with hasselback potatoes and caramalized carrots.
During our last trip to Holland, we treated ourselves on a stay in Hotel Modez (treat yo’self!), Scot acted like a true royal.
And the dearest Pretzel visited us!
Time for a girl’s night out! Together with Marjolein we tried out the new Berlin hotspot Night Kitchen. Food to share is always our favourite and it really didn’t disappoint, mjam!
Oranienburger Str. 32
During a sunny walk through Kreuzberg <3
Beastie Boys on Rügen!
Coffee and cake at Populus, because when you can’t choose, you just need to order them all!
Waiting for a dear friend, I had some lunch at Eliza, a cute café in Kreuzberg where you cannot only buy delicious food but also cute accessories for your home!
Sorauer Str. 6
Joppe took me (and Scot) on a surprise weekend to Sächsische Schweiz! More pictures in this blogpost!
We tried out the new Korean restaurant at the Bergmannstraße. Not my favourite bibimbap but I heard we need to go back for some Korean BBQ.
Seoul Kitchen BBQ Restaurant
Bülowstraße already used to be thé place to be for street-art fans, but ever since Urban Nation opened, you really need to go there! The whole street looks like a creative canvas and Urban Nation collects new, unique works from the most amazing street artists.
Throwback to the Christmas markets last december.
And I finally saw the Bierpinsel with my own eyes! Amazing!
Berlin is supposed to be vegan heaven, and it just got a little bit better with 1990 Vegan Living at Boxhagener Platz.
1990 Vegan Living
Krossener Straße 19
Last weekend we had some fun at the frozen Grunewaldsee.
And now the spring is finally coming through! I can’t wait for the sunny days!