Well, then, here they are

Funny, after my last post (which was leisurely thumbed in on the iPhone while I was watching my daughter and her friend at the pool) I got messages from several of you who wanted to see the “other” pictures. One reader (you know who you are :-) ) actually assumed I had meant to post a slide show of those untouristy cell phone photos and pointed out that the rest seemed to be missing.

I know some of you are aching a little as well (and will understand the strange need to take pictures of a “real” door handle or of produce that presumably tastes just as it is supposed to), so here is a little collection. It includes my old elementary school, the last street I lived in, the Spree tunnel we regularly dragged our bikes through, and the river and lake I swam in (and skated on) all through my childhood.

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As Marlene Dietrich used to sing, “ich hab noch einen Koffer in Berlin…

About DC House Cat (Catarina Bannier)

I'm a journalist-turned-Realtor based in Washington, DC. My clients have come from five continents--not unusual in a city that's full of life, history, world politics and stories Some of them, however, have lived here all their lives, and they have been the ones that taught me the most. For the past thirteen years, helping people buy and sell homes has been more than a business for me. It feeds my passion for house history, it's a way to make new friends, and it has become a way of life. Nothing tells more about you than the home you choose for yourself.
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