we visited aix les bains a little thermal city on a lake (the lac du bourget) in the middle east of france. we enjoyed the lake, the typically french architecture and above all the food! see more pictures on Instagram
every year, at this period, there is a party in our street (i mean the whole street): fleemarket in the day for kids and grown ups to sell their toys, clothes and shoes. and at night, people bring the tables in the street for barbecue and pic nics with the neighbours. honestly i love this and even more because i find this togetherness so unusual and unexpected in such a big city like berlin.
the green shades are fading, replaced by yellows.. sigh
on these pictures you can see the Schiller Park.
Friedrich Schiller was a was a german poet, philosopher, historian, and playwright who said: "happy he who learns to bear what he cannot change".
i didn't have time to take pictures of my week end findings today.. but here are some pictures of what grabbed my attention: an old flyer looking at me, the entry of a building looking very much like out of alice in wonderland and an old citroen ds in a stunning shape :)
i encountered this bike this morning, all covered with climbing plant, looking like it belongs to Sleeping Beauty... the second picture is a view of our tube station in the 50's: it looks totally sweet with the little shops around. now we have a shopping mall instead.