Posted on Jan 30, 2013 in Berlin | 0 comments

On January 29, I had to put in a work day while G. went shopping and sightseeing, or in the opposite order. Then we saw a play “Wir Negativen” by Kurt Tucholsky and went out for a cake and, you guessed it, Prosecco afterwards near the Hackesche Höfe in one of the neat bars under the U-Bahn tracks.

Kurt Tucholsky play

G. and I went to see a Kurt Tucholsky play performed by the Berliner Ensemble. It was excellent, but I got a bit annoyed at some giggly 20-year olds behind us and exchanged some words with them. Maybe I am not a 100% chilled-out Berliner yet.

Hackesche Höfe, Berlin

In the Hackesche Höfe, Berlin — a series of about 8 connected courtyards with shops and restaurants and offices.

Rocco bar, Berlin

The Rocco bar where we had our night cap is under the U-Bahn tracks at Hackescher Markt. You can hear the trains rolling over your head every few minutes. This is a 360-degree capture that I’ve flattened out.

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