A bit late this week, here is the last week in pictures:
Marzipan pigs. Yes, you read that correctly. Germans have a love affair with marzipan, bless ’em…
I was alone so I baked muffins.
Roman mosaic at Pergamon Museum.
Running errands in Alexanderplatz.
Writing without leaving the house.
[Edit: On account of a snafu–aka my brain–this post has 8 photos. First photo was taken on a Sunday and the last on the following Sunday. Basically my brain decided to stop posting from Sunday to Saturday and started to do it from Monday to Sunday. For more on this matter please refer to this video by Karl Pilkington.]
Tuna sandwich and cappuccino at Caffè e Gelato in Potsdamer Platz.
Weird combination, specially for a place with good ice cream, but it really hit the spot.
Ramen soup and sake cocktail at Cocolo Ramen in X-Berg.
This is as good as the hype makes it. Superb food.
Pulled pork and brisket at Markt Halle Neun in X-berg.
Ana and Paulo took me there once and I love it. Every time I remember (and they are open, which is at very specific times) we give it another go. Meat done perfectly.
Sausage with mash and sauerkraut at Maximilians in Mitte.
Default German food craving restaurant for lunch with Telmo. Delicious traditional food.
Crisp knuckle of pork with Bavarian cabbage at Augustiner in Mitte.
Eating this two pound piece of meat was like playing “Operation” but in a delicious way. Another default German food restaurant. Delicious!
The German Museum of Technology (Deutsches Technikmuseum) if probably the greatest place in the whole of Berlin for anyone that likes trains, airplanes, ships, photographic technology, film technology, printing technology, and much, much more.
I need to go again to enjoy the train collection in more detail. They have real trains from the Victorian age and beyond. It’s fenomenal!
Didn’t took many pictures because I was having too much fun with the trains…