Berlin, Germany — Part 1 — Travel

After two weeks of hanging out with friends and family in Munich, the Rheingau and Bonn, H and I made our way to Berlin (Berlin!), where I took far too many pictures because we did so much. I’m certain we didn’t sleep. These photos are a little out of order, but I wanted to group them together. Unlike what we did, which was assess the weather every hour and change our plans. You’ll see later, but there was one day where it started out snowing, then got sunny, then snowed again, before all melting by the time the sun set. Berlin has crazy weather!

This first set has some gratuitous candy shots of my (now long gone) Haribo stash from our trip to Bonn, photos from the fantastic Eastside Gallery (free! art!), and a few shots from the now defunct Templehof Airport. We didn’t stay long, because despite how sunny it is in the photos, the wind was howling and it was cold. But, if you’re going to Berlin, I highly recommend going there. While the terminal is still there, the runways are now a huge park where people do crazy kite-skateboarding, roller-blade, and walk their dogs. Only when you’re walking down the tarmac and you realize how huge the runways really are, do you realize how small you are. Thanks to Ashley of Chasing Heartbeats for the rec!

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More to come! Also, we had an extra day on our train pass (which I’ll write about soon, I promise) and we took a day trip. Any ideas where?! It’s now my favorite German city! Sorry Berlin!

Catch up on all our adventures in Germany:
Hamburg
Berlin: Part Two & Part Three
Bonn & Cologne
The Rheingau
Dachau
Munich

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