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Travel Blogs from Potsdam
... paying that much attention to the German guide so I tagged along for a bit and had a chat with them.
They weren't actually part of a tour group as such rather they were traveling together and staying in a backpackers and some other people had organised a tour of Berlin graffiti along with a guide so they decided to give it a go too.
I must say that although I'm not a fan of graffiti as it generally makes ...
... up Europe following the Second World War.
It was also home to the Bridge of Spies, where captured Cold War spies were exchanged between
East and West.
The Neues Palais was built between 1763 and 1769 to celebrate the end of the seven
years war between Prussia and Austria.
Indian for dinner tonight.
... leave the station, then it probably isn't - although feel free to go in search of scarce woodpeckers if you like.
With our new map clutched tightly in my hands we set off in the general direction of the Saint Nikolai church which sits imposingly on the other side of the Lange Brucke bridge (Potsdam is situated in a complex area of lakes and interconnecting rivers that form part of the Havel river drainage system) that we made out first target for our visit to the city. ...
No photos today!!!!! I put my fully charged batteries in my camera but left out the very important part, the memory card!!! So I carried my very useless camera around all day..... Argghhhhh Headed out this morning on the S-bahn (much to Williams dissapointment because he wants to ride the very fast ICE train) to the Tiergarten stop Tiergarten on the west side of the park, walked thru the park trying not to get hit by the masses of bicycles speeding past us, walked to ...
... my last night there was perfect. As we sat munching down the Berlin traditional döner kebab talking rubbish like straylians do I felt a twang of sadness to leave. And still do now as I sit on the s7 train back that is now so familiar after 8 rides. A dog in the seat behind me (Dogs on trains!?!?!? They're everywhere!!) starts barking violently at a stranger who is flirting with its owner by attempting to befriend this, clearly distressed animal ...