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... person knows what they are talking about.
Once down on the platform, I figured I was going the right way but alas, I spotted a transit worker and asked her if this was the train to Potsdam. She answered me in German and I only understood ONE word she said, and that was the name of the connection stop - haha. Woohoo! Once to Wannsee station on the S1 line, I hopped off the train and crossed the platform to the S7 line which was waiting there for me!! Three ...
... green beer with my bratwurst, it was very different refreshing but dangerously sweet considering its alcohol content. Following the beer garden we made our way back to the train station to go to Berlin. Once back in Berlin I headed back to the hostel for a much needed shower. Two of my roommates that are from Hong Kong asked me if I wanted to get dinner with them at this cool restaurant they had passed on a tour earlier. It was this beer garden next to one of thr only ...
... to free your stuff berlin. Which is a very cool website/Facebook page where one can request things that they need or offer things that they don't need and it's all given for free. That's where we found our washing machine. And of course we are keeping a few things as gifts for our return. It was so nice of Specky to give it all to us. I guess it was more convenient for him. He is getting old, has another life with his wife and her family and doesn't ...
... day, the sun is shining and we are there before the crowds and we can just stroll leisurely about the park.
Thinking we might run out of time we also decide to take the Potsdam City Tour, a hop on hop off bus that covers the highlites of this very pretty city. We hop off downtown, stroll the main walking street and have a lite lunch, and sample yet another variety of beer before walking back to the Palace ...
... it was superb.
As everywhere there was beer on tap and small bottles of spirit for a couple of dollars.
How's this. Hidden among the long grass were these two Soviet soldiers. I thought it was only the Japanese who thought the war was still on. I presume the long grass wasn't intentional but it suits it.
Back in the tram. Notice the vending machine. It's a full-blown ticket machine. ...