Berlin, Germany. #travelthursday

I love old dreams and past holidays. Maybe we forget the niggly little things, but there is something wonderful about revisiting ancient adventures – even if the details (and photos) are a little fuzzy around the edges…

 

  

 

Exploring the Reichstag, crowned by the  Norman Fosters extension, and the nearby Frank Gehry DZ Bank;

 

 

 

A memorial to the Nazi book burning, set into the pavement of the Bebelplat;

 

 

The eponymous Berlin Wall tourist photograph;

 

 

The humbling Jewish Museum, one of the most evocative buildings I think I will ever encounter.

 

  

 

Beautifully lit Christmas markets in the shadows of Church bells;

 

 

 

Stumbling upon tickets for Handels Messiah, at the Berlin Philharmonic;

 

 

Exotic synagogues;

 

 

Epic German humour;



Discovering a new obsession with crossing the road, and how hard it is to photograph traffic lights to properly capture Ampelmann. No fear, we found a whole store dedicated to this wonder;

 

And last but not least, Green Beer.

Pssst. Kelly, Rebecca and I are enjoying our travel linkups so
much, we’re having another one, and giving you a little more warning this time –
from the 1st March – 7th March we’d love you to link up to our posts & share
the blogging love. This month the topic is “That travelling ‘pinch me’ moment”.
The one that made you realise you were alive.  New posts, old posts – however you fancy it!

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