Break My Style | Berlin Travel Diary II

Berlin Travel Diary II

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Our last day in Berlin really wasn’t about planning and going around to see all the historical places- it was more of getting lost and experiencing Berlin on our own. Spontaneous days are the best, right? My sister Liz and I spent our last day in Berlin together (yes, just the two of us) and went to all the places we wanted to see. We passed by Kreuzberg (which is located south of Mitte) and Prenzlauer Berg and just had fun walking around the streets and trying out all their delicious food. Kreuzberg is known to be one of the best areas to go to at night because there are a lot of cool bars and clubs there. I also went out with my sister in Berlin but you’re not allowed to take photos inside the clubs! They’re cool like that. Anyway, going back to my last day in Berlin- we only had a map with us and we just asked around about the good restaurants in the area. Going to Cafe Anna Blume was the best choice we made that day. It’s located at Kollwitzstraße 83 and they have the best crepes, cakes and iced chocolate! I also tried out different kinds of sausages at Konnopke’s Imbiss located at Schönhauser Allee 44 B. It’s near Eberswalde Straße train stop! They serve the best sausages and it’s super duper affordable too! Good thing my sister Liz and I are such foodies- we really wanted to try all the good restaurants! Oh, and they say you have to drop by Rausch Chocolatier for pasalubong! I think I can become a food blogger na. Haha. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my travel photos. BMS.

Our last day in Berlin really wasn’t about planning and going around to see all the historical places- it was more of getting lost and experiencing Berlin on our own. Spontaneous days are the best, right? My sister Liz and I spent our last day in Berlin together (yes, just the two of us) and went to all the places we wanted to see. We passed by Kreuzberg (which is located south of Mitte) and Prenzlauer Berg and just had fun walking around the streets and trying out all their delicious food. Kreuzberg is known to be one of the best areas to go to at night because there are a lot of cool bars and clubs there. I also went out with my sister in Berlin but you’re not allowed to take photos inside the clubs! They’re cool like that. Anyway, going back to my last day in Berlin- we only had a map with us and we just asked around about the good restaurants in the area. Going to Cafe Anna Blume was the best choice we made that day. It’s located at Kollwitzstraße 83 and they have the best crepes, cakes and iced chocolate! I also tried out different kinds of sausages at Konnopke’s Imbiss located at Schönhauser Allee 44 B. It’s near Eberswalde Straße train stop! They serve the best sausages and it’s super duper affordable too! Good thing my sister Liz and I are such foodies- we really wanted to try all the good restaurants! Oh, and they say you have to drop by Rausch Chocolatier for pasalubong! I think I can become a food blogger na. Haha. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my travel photos. BMS.

    10 Comments

    1. Jezza cuenco

      am going there next month! woooooh your blog is such a great help :) my first ever trip was in paris and yeaahh i tried their ice cream and eat it while sitting on the stairs beside river seine just like what you said here in your blog. love you lau! :)

    2. Sue Jacinto

      I suddenly missed Rausch ChOcolate Shop! Been there two years ago and I would say that’s the best place in Berlin that I’ve been to


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