After a very late morning, I decided that it's a shame and a pitty to continue procrastinating home - forget about the rhyme 'there are books waiting for me' - and headed to one of my favorite destinations in the West - Dahlem-Dorf, via U3, from the very classically designed U-Bahn Station Fehrbelliner Platz.
A couple of seconds from the U-Bahn Dahlem-Dorf, we stopped for a vegetarian pizza (8.90 Euro) and a big bottle of water (5 Euro), at Ristorante Piaggio.
|All you need is to cross the street from the U-Bahn Dahlem-Dorf|
|A relaxed ambiance of a sunny Sunday|
|Aubergines, pepper, zucchini, some cheese and spinaccio|
|The beach feeling...|
|One coup, 0.49 Euro...a tempting price...|
The next destination: Domaene Dahlem, one of the permanent destinations of my trips in the West Berlin.
|An interesting museum to visit during the rainy days|
|Many options: a bio shop, farms, playgrounds, picnic area, animals, a mini-bar with many natural products|
|Old and new, technique and play|
|Sometimes, here are organized concerts and long beer-drinking nights|
|The colourful ways of nature|
|Who dares to open new ways?|
|A natural oasis and a little lake|
|The remnants of an old agricultural culture|
|Wild, wild horses|
|The kids can observe the animals in their natural environment|
|There are many opportunities for picnics and full laziness under the sun|
|A busy Sunday, with lots of visitors (the entrance to Domaene is FREE!)|
|Watching the visitors...|
After three hours of wandering, we returned back home, for a little power-nap and plans for the evening adventure.
Berlin could be the loveliest place under the sun during the summer...