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Leaving Friday, just booked ten minutes ago!

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I've been feeling that I need to get out of the city, so a last summer Labor Day hurrah, I'm flying out on Friday night and coming back on Monday.

The only combo that seems reasonable in terms of cost was to fly into Frankfurt and back from Berlin with a combo of cash and miles.

My excuse is to see Dokumenta in Kassel, which takes place once every 5 years. Since I'm flying into Frankfurt, I may as well see the twin Koons exhibitions at Schirn and Liebieghaus before heading to Kassel.

Let the flaming begin! :)

P.S. Let me know if there are any tips for Berlin, particularly for a Sunday. It's my fourth trip to Berlin, and I don't know it too well.

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