I’m always finding the wine
Tim’s colleagues took us to the best currywurst shop in town
Walking to Karl-Marx-Allee ￼
It was originally named Stalinallee in the 40’s during the socialist classicism era after WWII. De-Stalinization and Marxism in the 60s led to renaming it Karl-Marx-Allee
Berlin water mains are all above ground and painted brightly creating a web of tubes around the city
“Wedding Cake” style building
Candlelight dinner at Oliva
This is Fernsehturm, a TV tower that was built by the GDR (German Democratic Republic) as a symbol of Berlin. It’s the tallest structure in Germany standing at 368 metres.
The rare smiling selfie
Seeing the gate up close was incredible, right down to the bullet holes you can still see in the walls. To imagine what came through these gates was overwhelming when you’re standing beneath this gigantic structure. ￼
Walking along Unter den Linden and came across this guy
T travels quite a bit for work and sometimes I’ll go along for the ride. Berlin is filled with so much history and emotion, you can feel it when you walk the streets and look up at these massive buildings. You can see it in the locals’ faces as they zoom by on their bikes. There was so much to see, but I only captured a tiny bit of it this time around.