Goodbye, Berlin.

Sigh. I left my comfortable apartment in Prenzlauer Berg this morning for parts south of Berlin (Nuremberg, Wurzburg, and Rothenberg ob der Tauber). I am a bit wistful about leaving Berlin, despite my genuine interest in the spots I’ll see and things I’ll experience over the next (and last) two weeks of my trip.

The last ten days of my trip have been ideal vacation days for me. Apart from sitting on Caribbean beaches and snorkeling in their crystal clear waters, I like the activities of my current trip more than almost anything else in the world. Apart from reading (I finished two books) and writing (I believe I’m nearly finished with a draft of one book), there are other aspects of the trip that translate rather well into photos.

Admittedly, I spent perhaps a total of four hours seeing the sights in Berlin, while the rest of the time I dedicated to idyllic pastimes. Here, I’ll share with you a few of my top highlights that could be captured by camera.

Until next time, Berlin: Tschüss!

And to my new German, Russian, French, and UK pals: See you soon, hopefully.

About Steve Capone

Writer hailing from Salt Lake City, Utah. Interdisciplinary teacher (read: generalist guiding inquiry) at an independent school. Adjunct instructor at a medium sized state school. Lover of learning. Favorite destination: Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany. @CaponeTeaches on Twitter M.S. Philosophy (Univ. of Utah 2013) M.A. Humanities (Univ. of Chicago 2007) B.A. Philosophy & English (Washington & Jefferson College 2006
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3 Responses to Goodbye, Berlin.

  1. Nicolle says:

    Berlin is a great city! Your photos take me back…

    • Steve Capone says:

      I dabbled in thoughts that I’d replace Amsterdam with a return to Berlin, but I’ve decided against it. May as well see a new place. I just love Berlin the most!

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