Stage 17 of the Grand Tour de Grüne Hauptwege was not only a lovely ride following the Teltowkanal (Teltow Canal) but a baptism of fire for my new diabetes management. The route took me through different industrial zones and street art in the middle of a forest.
Stage 9 of the Grand Tour de Grüne Hauptwege followed the river Dahme from Köpenick towards Schmöckwitz and its border with Wernsdorf in Brandenburg. I visited the historic old town and palace in Köpenick before cycling along the Dahme – easily one of my favourite parts of Berlin. Green and blue as far as the eye can see! Highly recommended.
BRC Endspurt Meisterschaft 20/21: Stage 3/6 – Berlins versteckter Südosten / Berlin’s Hidden Southeast
The next BRC Endspurt Meisterschaft route took me through pine forests, along the Oder-Spree-Kanal and over the river Dahme. Blood glucose fuelling just about paid off and I learned that my German sounds like Swiss-German when my blood glucose is low. Good to know.
This is the second in a two part series of my Tour to all six of the Siedlungen der Berliner Moderne (Berlin Modernism Housing Estates). This post looks at the Wohnstadt Carl Legien, Gartenstadt Falkenberg and the Hufeisensiedlung Britz. These three estates feature some amazingly colourful designs which really popped when I visited.
This is the first in a two part series of my Tour to all six of the Siedlungen der Berliner Moderne (Berlin Modernism Housing Estates). This post looks at the Großsiedlung Siemensstadt, Siedlung Schillerpark and Weiße Stadt. Enjoy these estates full of sleek lines, flat roofs and colour accents in some glorious sunshine.
Stage 48 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel would be the final visit to Berlin’s working Airports and visit the southernmost part of Berlin. Plus the importance of vowels in the German language.
Time for the Queen Stage of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel! I tackled two of the longer S-Bahn routes (S46 and S8) plus a bus route for the longest Stage of the Grand Tour.
During Stage 33 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel I enjoyed the springtime in some of Berlin’s idyllic nature while battling my self-inflicted high blood glucose.
It was peak cherry blossom time for Stage 31 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel so I completed a Stage that maximised the cherry blossom experience. Plus visiting most of the transport hubs of Berlin on a beautiful spring day.
Stage 13 of the Grand Tour de Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel had huge significance – it would be the first time the Grand Tour would pay tribute to Pi’s birth place in Mahlsdorf!