December 2016

Traveling through time, space and cultures at the Jewish Museum Berlin

As everyone already knows: I am not a big fan of museums. I like to immerse myself in history, but not necessarily by seeing old items in glass vitrines. That being said, the Jewish Museum is much more than just a display of historical artifacts: it's a highly sensual experience of history in context of art.
27 Dec ’16 by Sara Architecture, Places

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15 Dec ’16 by Sara Other

The wondrous and weird tale of the Stromkastenmann on Kantstraße

The story of the Stromkastenmann, a mysterious guy in a track suit who loves to decorate the junction box on Kantstraße. We watched his work and we're impressed.
14 Dec ’16 by Sara Community, Street Life

CODA is the first dessert bar in Berlin, and it’s really good

CODA by pastry chef René Frank and Oliver Bischoff is the newest addition to Neukölln's growing culinary scene. This bar is wholly dedicated to fantastic experimental desserts and great drinks.
12 Dec ’16 by Sara Food

Sunday afternoons are for walks in Tiergarten and cake at Schleusenkrug

In autumn, Tiergarten becomes a spectrum of beautiful colors. Hopefully accompanied by the last rays of sunshine of the year, taking a walk on a Sunday afternoon through Berlins urban oasis is highly recommended.
8 Dec ’16 by Sara Places, Street Life

Shop for your next adventure at the Gregory pop up store

The Gregory Pack pop up store, open from 1. December til 10. December 2016,  is a carefully curated shop for everything the adventurer's heart desires. Read on to find out how you can win one of the super cool and extremely durable Gregory Packs!
6 Dec ’16 by Sara Events

It’s winter in Berlin, so here’s your to do list for the cold season

What to do when it's winter in Berlin? If it were up to me, I'd curl up and cry. But here are a few other ideas and recommendations that are worth a shot while you're traveling in Berlins notorious cold season.
5 Dec ’16 by Sara Places

Walking through autumn fog around Landwehrkanal

A night in fog turns the atmosphere of a Sunday evening into an elegant, moody and incredibly dark film noir. There's something very upsetting about fog in the city, and yet I love walking through it. Although last nights fog wasn't nearly as impressive as the one we had in 2012 on Warschauer Straße and Oberbaumbrücke, I was still completely immersed in watching the faded lights and the silhouettes of other people on the streets of Kreuzberg and Neukölln. I took my camera along for a few snapshots.
5 Dec ’16 by Sara Street Life