The first edition of the Project Space Festival Berlin starting August 1st, will feature a different space with a surprise event (events will only appear in the calender a week or so before taking place) every day during this month. It´s pretty exciting to see festivals first editions and in this case, the innovative idea and the well organize and beautiful website will convince you to join then on at least one of the dates.
Where Wedding touches Mitte, between Gesundbrunnen and Voltastr Ubahn stations there is a little oasis for the vintage fashion lover. Tons of garments, mostly from the 70´s and 80´s fill the crowded racks of this shop: crazy cowboy boots, amazing jackets, extravagant sweaters and the best of all: colourful and trendy jumpsuits. If you are nor scared of shoulder pads and outlandish outfits it’s totally worth it to dive in and look for some fashion treasure. So much fun!
Lots of interesting stuff in this small but full second hand shop in the Prinzenallee. Worth getting in!
Relais de Savanne on Prinzenallee is not only a restaurant to taste traditional African food but also a meeting point for the African community in Wedding. As such it’s the perfect spot to experience of small bit of African culture, specially African Music. They also cooperate with a money raising program for the funding of a hospital in the city of Dapaong in north Togo. Continue reading
Many people had told me already about this little Korean restaurant in Leopoldplatz. It is indeed a cute and authentic looking place to have a proper plate of Korean cuisine. We didn´t have any problems to get a seat (I had read that it could be busy at dinner time). The friendly waitress brought us a strange but tasty tea pot of broth that tasted like sunflower seeds and some appetizers. The food smelled so good and looked so tasty that I even forgot to take pictures of the plates before starting them. Continue reading
Pictures of things that catch my eye when I´m walking around Wedding
Turning from Osloerstr to Residenzstr on my way to the “holy” Kaufland where I was going to do my weekly shopping I found this warehouse that claimed to be “Welt der Stoffe” (The World of Fabric). I have never been very handy myself and never actually profess to be any good at DIY things, but every time I go to Ikea I always stop for a couple of minutes in the fabric section, imagining all the nice dresses and bags that I could do for myself if I were. Continue reading