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Polaroid of the week: Sunset over Tempelhof Airfield, Berlin

Polaroid of the week

Last Updated on March 17, 2021 by Dani

polaroid of the week germany berlin tempelhof sunsetFirst of all I’d like everyone who left a comment on my last post, who emailed me, sent me a message on Facebook or another social media channel to know that I was deeply moved by all the support I received after writing the hardest piece I ever had to write (and never thought I would have to!). Thank you so much for all the encouraging words, support and giving me hope by sharing your own stories of how you overcame horrible break-ups. You all helped me tremendously!

Before catching my flight to New York last week, I was able to spend a couple of days in Berlin again and as usual, I loved every minute of it. There are only very few places in the world where, when I arrive, I feel immediately at home, but Berlin is definitely one of them. Even though my visit was way too short, I managed to explore some new places (who knew that Berlin had an open air gas lantern museum?!), splurge on a divine 3-course meal at the fabulous VOX Restaurant at Potsdamer Platz and catch up with good friends. Of course no visit to Berlin would be complete without at least a short visit to Tempelhof, the airport-turned-park that is among my favorite green spaces in the world. I am already looking forward to returning this summer for some sunset picnics, running sessions and maybe I’ll even overcome my fear and give kite land-boarding a try!

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7 Comments

  1. An open air gas museum hey! That sounds pretty cool! I’ve been to Berlin twice and I can see why you love the city so much.
    I wish you a really good time in New York and a lot of strenght and courage to get through the hard times. You seem like a very optimist person so I’m sure you can do this xxx

    1. Thanks so much, Fanny!! Much appreciated and much needed 🙂 I am an optimist indeed, so I am trying to look forward and to leave the past behind.

    1. Rachel – it took me a long time to become a serious runner!! 33 years!! I think you still have time 😉

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