Almost everyone in Berlin knows Kreuzberg’s Prinzessinnengarten: a community garden open to all those who are keen on planting and harvesting to their heart’s content but lack a private piece of land to do so. 99 more words
The Olympics, Biennials, and World Fairs are all interventions, which in turn have their own interventions. As a matter of fact, Barcelona knows this all too well and takes advantage of these event interventions as an “excuse” to rebuild the city. 776 more words
Ryanair is the low-cost airline of Europe. You can imagine my excitement when they recently announced that they will be hosting flights out of Aberdeen to Alicante, Spain and Malaga, Spain starting February 2017. 115 more words
The next stop on our European adventure was Berlin. It was my first time in Germany and I immediately took to it. We arrived late and stayed in Pfefferbett hostel, located in a former brewery complex that has recently been part of an urban renewal project which also created lots of cool bars and restaurants in the area. 552 more words
Just because I was on hiatus from the blogosphere, it doesn’t mean that I stopped shooting doors.
For this week’s edition of Thursday Doors here are two doors that no longer exist but that still spark interest for many… shot in Berlin’s fascinating graffiti alley in Spandauer Vorstadt-Historic Old Berlin.