walking around berlin with caroline, i had the (very delayed) realization that it really is so different from bavaria. i say this about so many cities i visit but, "i could really live here one day."
row 1: berlin is one europe’s hot spots for dunkin donuts. need i even express how many times caroline and i took “donut breaks” while walking around the city? i feel like that’s just a given. you walk a mile, you get a donut. you see a sight, you get a donut. you wake up, you get a donut. it’s a pretty nice reward system, really.
row 2: berlin was caroline’s last big hurrah before heading back to america. we’d both been there before so we didn’t have much to see and do but enjoy the city and each other’s company. that was nice and relaxing.
row 3: i’m constantly on the lookout for real cookies when i’m out and about, traveling. so far, the best cities for real cookies = berlin and london. so naturally, while waiting for caroline’s train (very sadly waiting, might i add), we indulged in some of berlin’s finest american cookies. at least that part of the goodbye wasn’t sad. come back soon, caroline! i miss you already.