26 January 2013

Berlin

Wow, this has been the longest break from posting in the history of Classic Copenhagen, due to a sucky case of a broken heart that has left me speechless, followed by an escape to Berlin that turned out to be stripped of internet connection. If you are still around, brace yourself for a heavy dose of Berlin spam. Part one:

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To be continued...

10 comments:

  1. Which part of Berlin did you go to? One must is the Reichstag. A beautiful building next to Brandenburger Tor. You need a passport to get in.

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    1. I always try to go for the lived in neighborhoods with funky supermarkets (love to get lost there), little cafes and lots of street art of course. The tourist attractions are too packed with tourists for my taste.

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  2. hearts can take a real beating!

    still here! cant wait to see your berlin!

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  3. I was wondering what was up... I had thought that maybe you were bored by us ;) Sorry about your broken heart but really hope that Berlin helped. I also love the funky neighbourhoods. They contain the best hidden jewels. So spam away! It always makes my day! Hugs to you!

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    1. Bored by you? No way! Berlin definitely took my mind off things for all of five days, much needed. I am in the process of editing the hundreds of Berlin pics, trying to sort out the very best to show you. It is almost like still being there. :-)

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  4. Good to have you back, broken hearts suck, but it goes away, and Berlin is such a great city! I should go back there but I'm not sure where to start, it's so big. Some of the neighborhoods are great, please spam away!

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    1. It is good to be back. :-) My last trip to Berlin before this, was more than eight years ago, with a really cranky travel companion, so it was nice to have it "cleaned" in my mind. Almost like a fresh start.

      I was surprised how much at home I felt there, maybe I am turning into a European at heart?

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  5. So sorry to hear about the broken heart :( Sending all the warmth I can from cold, rainy Portland.

    It looks like you had a fruitful trip to Berlin, though! Some wonderful photos!

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    1. Thank you for the warmth Dave, it is most useful. Berlin was cold but inspiring, and all I can think about is getting on a plane again, away, away. If only I could leave that heart behind for just a couple of days, ha.

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