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If you can navigate the crowds -


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There are drinks to be had everywhere. At any time of day or night.

Or maybe you'll need some food to snack on and find yourself at the market.


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Don't forget the meat. Get the smoked one.


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Or the wine.
But, if you're like me,

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you might rather walk around the neighborhood and see what it feels like.


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I went to the apothecary. I love apothecaries.

Today is my last day.
I'm hoping to go to what we call a drugstore.

Comments

Paola said…
How many wonderful things, from wild herb cheese to wine and yummy smoked prosciutto and those pretty homes. K should have been with you ...
Hilary said…
beautiful!!
kmkat said…
Food, glorious FOOD!
Gill said…
Oh, DM - my favourite place! Don't forget all the therapeutic bath salts and shower gels, for every ailment you can think of...and great clothes in OSKA, if you come across it, too!
blackbird said…
What?!
Gill!
I've just walked to the ends of the earth to get to a DM and NOW I hear about OSKA?
Sigh.
Gill said…
Oh sorry...the large DM by the roundabout in Sachsenhausen is next door to an OSKA store, which is why I thought of it. Should have mentioned it sooner....my apologies.

Hope you found some goodies to bring home - but of course you did!!
Duyvken said…
I love walking around new neighbourhoods. Such a delight. I hope you have a good trip home and that the work went well. A.
Terese said…
I like the dressed up facades of the town houses. Is there a feeling of space - maybe green space there as well. Aussies need big sky and vista to feel at home.
L.P. said…
Wonderful! Lots of deliciousness, but I'll want to hear all about the apothecary visit!
Oh! That gorgeous blue house! House seems too trite a word for it.