|The windows of this U-bahn train is decorated with a pattern featuring the Brandenburg Gate|
Considering that I have a full time job and that everything is closed on Sunday, my Saturdays tend to be quite hectic. When I am not visiting Copenhagen or hosting my boyfriend in Berlin for the weekend, Saturday mornings are my chance to play catchup with errands, shopping, and occasional pampering. Today was a welcomed change of pace. I met up with fellow Berlin-based travel bloggers, Adam from travelsofadam.com and Cheryl from cherylhoward.com for some brunching and shop-talk. Here are a few pictures from my day out in the big city!
|The U7 headed to Rudow is always late by a few minutes. Meh|
|Traveling across town is something “typical” Berliners don’t do. They tend to stay local|
|I finally reach my destination Pflügerstrasse 19 for the California Breakfast Slam|
|Eggs Benedict. You can’t get food like this, just anywhere in Berlin.|
|The committed team behind the CABSlam serve up generous portions of California style breakkie|
|The location in Neukolln-Kreuzberg doubles as a club at night, this a Foosball table in the back room|
|A model of a ship on one of the dining tables|
|There is also a pool table|
|We brunched and talked shop for hours. As we headed to our next location I came across this street art, a tribute to Tahrir Square, the focal point of 2011 Egyptian Revolutio
|We brave the cold in pursuit of cupcakes in Friedrichshain at Cupcake Berlin|
|Adam got the Red Velvet Cupcake, my lens was super foggy because of the weather but the effect was cool|
|The shop is small and quaint, they also sell American candy and treats not typically found in Germany|
|The looked and tasted delicious. This is the Peanut Butte Cupcake|
|So much variety and they are all made on site. Be sure to stop by next time you are in Berlin!|
Hope you enjoyed the pictures.
How did you spend your Saturday this week?