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Hi there! Margaux here from the Support and Success team for this week’s Weekly Chart. Today is all about spring in Berlin 🌸
After six beautiful years in Berlin, I’ve finally decided to take the leap and move back to my hometown in France. Don’t worry, I’ll still be answering all your Datawrapper questions, but this will be my last spring as a Berlin resident. To make the most of it, I’ve made a list of the things I want to do before I leave, and today I’m sharing it with you as a locator map! Maybe it will give you some ideas if you’re visiting (and if you do, please come say hi at our office in Prenzlauer Berg!)
There’s a lot of food, a lot of drinks in the sun, a little dancing, and a few sights, because even after spending a long time somewhere, sometimes it’s still nice to be a little bit of a tourist. Since there's only so much you can fit into a locator map, I’ve had to do a little bit of a curation here, and it’s missing some less central spots, such as my beloved Thai Park where you can get the most amazing Thai food (and more!).
I probably won’t be able fit it all in before I leave, but you know what, that's just one more reason to pop by again.
That’s it from me this week! Maybe next time I’ll give you my new favorite spots in Lyon - it’s also beautiful there, and I’m very much looking forward to living there again.