Spring’s arrival in Berlin was long overdue and welcomed with open arms, and it felt like everyone came out of a long hibernation and was enjoying the warmer weather. There is something sort of magical about the beginning of a new season, especially spring as the days get warmer and longer. In a city like Berlin it is amazing what a few days of sunshine can do for everyone’s spirits- suddenly people are smiling as they pass you in the street, shopkeepers are nicer and people seem to literally have a spring in their step. We spent most of the weekend outside and soaked up all the sun we could, as no one knows how long it will stay.
We met friends on Saturday at the Winterfeldtplatz Markt and proceeded to eat snacks from almost every stand there, or at least it felt like that. It was my first time at the market there and I loved all the local producers and food stands, we will definitely be visiting again soon.
After an afternoon catching up with friends, we walked back from Schöneberg and randomly decided to go to the top of the Siegessäule.
Hazel somehow forgot how much she used to love her bike basket and graced us with her annoyed face, which she pulls off oh so well. what a diva.
Sunday was spent riding bicycles and lounging at Tempelhofer Feld, along with what felt like half the city’s population.
Beer and French Fries = an incredibly nutritious lunch at the Biergarten at Tempelhof, which was followed up with a scoop of ice cream from Erste Sahne.
And we finished the weekend off with an evening scooter ride to Charlottenburg where we randomly decided to stop at Aroma for Chinese food. In case you are curious, their pork buns were AMAZING.
I hope all of you had great weekends too! Inspired by my friends, Field Office, I decided to open a shop on Society 6 and am excited to offer more print sizes and iPhone skins and cases of my photos. Check it out here!