We had a four day holiday in Berlin. I really needed a break from work. We were staying at this wonderful hotel Michelberger. Our room was cosy, breakfast was amazing and the staff super friendly. The picture above is from the reception of the hotel.
I really like sushi. We ordered the "surprise plate".
Lots of interesting old stuff at the fleamarket
This cute tiger painting came home with me! It's a copy of the painting "Tiger"(1912) by Franz Marc.
A mermaid with nice hair and a sword.
They were showing all the Chaplin movies in a movie theatre Babylon. We were lucky enough to get tickets to see "The Circus"(1928).
The Theatre is beautiful, the movie was funny and the tickets were not expensive and the audience was thrilled. Only not so nice thing about that evening was one very rude doorman..I went to ask about the location of the toilets and i was very polite, as i always try to be. He said "Upstairs. But you can't come here and ask 'where's the toilets' (he was mocking me, "imitating" my voice) in english. You are in Germany, you have to say it in german!" He thought i was American (for some europeans that seems to be a reason to be rude).
I've studied german in school, so maybe i could have said it in german. I wanted to ask him if i could expect the same from him, when he maybe comes to visit my home country someday. Welcome to Finland, jerk!
Vintage shopping. I got few handbags and hats.
Outside the Neues museum. I finally got to see Nefertiti! I've been to Berlin five times and never had the chance to go see her. It was forbidden to take photos in her room, so no photos...
Prehistoric elk, what a beauty!
Conversations with a baboon (Egyptian god Troth)
My new bathtub ( i wish)
Sakhmet, Neues Museum.
A nice little restaurant with 20s decor.
Fein und Ripp. A store that sells dead stock clothing. They have stuff for guys as well.
We visited a pipe maker Nils Thomsens work room. He was a relly funny man.
This is not a pipe.
Frozen Yogurt. Reminds me of New York.