Can you tell how happy I am to be back in one of our favorite restaurants in Berlin? READ: DINNER AT ARIRANG & LUNCH AT ARIRANG IN 2014 Literally nothing has changed about this restaurant . . .
BERLIN BITES: CURRYWURST + SPEZI
When we landed the first stop for lunch was at our friend’s Tess & Alex favorite imbiss (fastfood/snack stand) called Imbiss Zum Würfel II. The best way to welcome us to Berlin as we were . . .
How to Sell Your Decluttered Stuff Online
If you are an expat or diplomat who moves every 2-3 years, the dreaded question before the end of each posting is "How do I get rid of things that I can't bring to my next destination?" Below are . . .
Where to Find A Modern Parol While Living Abroad
When we were living in Berlin, we wanted to hang a Parol. It's a very iconic Filipino symbol for Christmas! A parol (/pɑːˈroʊl/) is a Filipino ornamental lantern that . . .
Where to get a Koons-tyle Dog Lamp
Every time I post a photos of my bedroom on my Instagram, I always get asked about my golden Koons-style Dog Lamp. We bought it from a Museum store on a trip to Hamburg. I was drooling . . .
#WHITELIVING 9 Tips For Buying A Forever Sofa
I always get asked, how I keep my sofa white even with a toddler. Or how I keep my whole home white for that matter! Because as you know I love #whiteliving. So I decided to create a WHITELIVING . . .
Babelsberg Filmpark in Potsdam
One of the things I recommend doing if you are berlin when the weather is nice - I prefer spring over summer, because it's very pleasant - is the Babelsberg Filmspark in nearby Potsdam-Balbelsberg . . .
What’s Open in Berlin on Sundays?
What many visitors from Asia don't expect is that everything is closed on Sundays in Berlin, except for the following ChurchesSome RestaurantsSome FloristsHotel Restaurants - like Neni . . .
Why You Should Learn Survival German Phrases
When visiting Berlin or any other place with a foreign language it's very important to learn the phrase "I'm so sorry, do you speak English?" in the local tongue, because it is considered very rude to . . .
What is Open in Berlin on Christmas Day?
Christmas Eve or 24 December is when Germans celebrate Christmas, so the afternoon and evening of the 24th is when the city is on lockdown. This is the time to visit family, bake Christmas cookies, . . .
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