Hotel Ascot-Bristol

Asta-Nielsen-Strasse 2, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14480, Germany | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Potsdam

Berlin - the end is upon us!

A travel blog entry by upthecreek


... walkway. The roof of this side was very regal looking. The entry ramp itself is very steep and this was to ensures only the rich would visit as you required 4 horses to pull your cart up. The other side which faces the tiered garden was the informal entry and here the roof of the palace is depicted being "held-up" by drunk figureheads or busts. Our last hop-off stop and probably my favourite was the Cecilienhof Castle. This castle was finished by 1917 ...

Cycling Part 3 Days 9 -12

A travel blog entry by katherinecle


... relatively straightforward and we made up our own route as the R1 route seemed longer and more roundabout. Perhaps they understood that our chosen route had a big hill in the middle to climb and descend. Our apartment for 4 nights is one of 8 towers of 20 to 25 stories in an area formerly part of Eastern Germany. We think that they were built in the 80's and look to be the tallest group of buildings in central Berlin.

Third Reich History & Jewish Atrocities

A travel blog entry by zolina


... under his own rules he probably would have ended up in a concentration camp.

8. Propoganda Ministry

This is where we learned about Joseph Goebbel, the head of Hitler's propaganda ministry. He was largely responsible for convincing the German people to support the Nazis. He was the person who ordered all the book burnings and controlled all the German media, arts, and information. He was apparently credited with saying that it doesn't matter that propoganda ...

World War II History

A travel blog entry by lihei


... history lesson). Of course it was used by the Nazi's as a symbol of Germany's power, also as a centre piece by JFK for his Cold War speech and US President Ronald Reagan's "Mr Gorbachev, bring down the Wall" speech. The most dramatic however was Napoleon Bonaparte's grand entrance into Berlin in 1806 after his victory over the Prussian Army. To consider we stood and walked through the Gate as Napoleon was a great thrill. ...


A travel blog entry by sleepfamily


Trying to catch up on updates! After a month in Italy it was time to say goodbye and depart from Florence. It was also the first time of the trip that we were serparating for a few days. I was off to Germany and Shaun was off to northern Italy for some cycling at the base of the Italian Alps. He would then meet us in Berlin.. We said goodbye at the airport in Florence and I instantly had a moment of, "oh my goodness am I going to survive two ...


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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