Reykjavík: María

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I won’t be in Berlin for the rest of the year, but you can look forward to plenty of photos from Reykjavík, New York, Montreal, Toronto, and wherever else I end up in my time away. In the meantime, Mary will be continuing the At Home series in Berlin, as well as some new features for the blog. But more on that bit later!

p.s.: I wasn’t sure if I should tag these posts as summer or winter, but it never really gets to Berlin summer temperatures here, so fur in August doesn’t seem so out of place in Iceland.

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  1. isabel on

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    super beautiful pictures!

    1. Mary Scherpe on

      thank you :) it’s iPhone only!

  2. StreetLounge on

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    Thanks for those “advices” – gonna check some! :)

  3. miss-t on

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    I have been following your blog for a long time now and just want to give you a HUGE thank you for the info here. Great advices, I wish I had enough time to do them all (you know, work, family, and only 24 hours a day – unfair!).

    Can I also ask something? Do you know where one can get a real Sicilian Cannoli in Berlin? One with Ricotta cream and not with those disgusting Nutella filling they have in some Italian delis? My cravings to a decent Cannoli are driving me a bit nuts.

    1. Mary Scherpe on

      hey, thanks for the HUGE compliments :)
      sadly, I am not a big fan of Cannoli and thus have never looked for them myself, but I will keep my eyes open!

  4. StreetLounge on

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    I would like to ask something, I completely forgot about it: last year you had this very awesome SUMMER MIX TAPE 2012. I was waiting for such a one this year?

    1. Mary Scherpe on

      I will ask Florian to do one!

  5. Lorelai on

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    Great summer guide, thank you! Have you ever been to Schleusenkrug Biergarten (http://www.schleusenkrug.de/) right in Tiergarten? Not only the beer, but also the food is great: they do barbecue and superb Flammkuchen! I think this might be added to the list :)

    1. Mary Scherpe on

      Certainly! It has a super-beautiful location, but is quite noisy thanks to the train rails just next to it, no?

    2. Lorelai on

      I actually never even heard the trains so far. You sit right under so many huge trees, get to watch boats going through the lock and it is a big Biergarten with usually many guests chatting and laughing, maybe there were too many diversions…

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