Hotel Ascot-Bristol

Address: Asta-Nielsen-Strasse 2, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14480, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Asta-Nielsen-Strasse 2, Potsdam, is near Cecilienhof, Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz, Babelsberg Film Studios, and Kaiser Tour.
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      Biking day trip to Potsdam

      A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 09, 2014

      1 comment

      ... we could find our guide gave us a breakdown of thr most important Prussian monarchs whose names are all either : Friedrich, Wilhelm, or Friedrich-Wilhelm lol. The breakdown was assisted with some fabulous chalk drawings on the pavement. We biked through the countryside a bit more enjoying any breeze we were blessed with, by this time it was about 32 degrees C without any cloud cover. Next we went to the new palace which is much grander and was built to intentionally make ...

      Berlin: Day 2

      A travel blog entry by jessicatrainor7 on Oct 05, 2013

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      ... We stayed there for the rest of the night even though it was drizzling and frigid outside. We of course had beer, pretzels, garlic bread, and bratwursts and walked around all the shops. There was a lot of laughter, singing, and dancing from all the people around us having a great time despite the less-than-perfect weather.
      It was a great day in Berlin and I will be sad to go. I instantly fell for Berlin and Germany. I recommend you add it to your travel bucket ...

      Day 11 Berlin / Potsdam

      A travel blog entry by brianmurray on Aug 23, 2013

      1 comment, 23 photos

      Potsdam today. Potsdam, to the West was very much a city in its own right but has now been swollowed up by Berlin. It was a garrison town and a summer royal residence. They're are a number of grand houses and palaces. We visited the largest, the Neues Palais. Still under restoration, it is a group of three buildings: the main palace and two very grand annexes containing the servant quarters, kitchens and other support services with a tunnel connecting the ...

      Berlin Weekend

      A travel blog entry by robchurch on Jul 26, 2013

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      ... soon told us that we stood beside the exact spot where Hitler’s body was burned. We stood directly over his underground anti-air raid bunker, where he lived for the last few months of his life. This bunker was designed to protect him from Allied air attacks, and featured two meters (almost seven feet!) of reinforced concrete. Not only did this concrete form the ceiling, Hitler, being as paranoid as he was, had the concrete lay the foundation of the bunker as he ...


      A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 29, 2013

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      ... to the country, (given how much Germans like potatoes this was indeed a great achievement).

      There is a windmill there completely restored. The palace itself is very ornate with figures holding up the roof along the garden facade, the fountains are feed by a gravity fed system.

      We then went to Potsdam township, it is a mixture of Dutch influenced and traditional German architecture with many of its building completely restored. The Town Hall (Rat Haus) ...