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Travel Blogs from Potsdam
... s the suburban tram-stop, out in the open, complete with, of all things, an internet device.
It looks rather exposed with just the shelter to keep the rain off.
It's strange to wait at traffic lights and see not a single person cross against the lights. Everyone patiently waits and obeys the traffic signal. This tendency to obey the rule of law however, possibly makes it possible to have Internet spots such as these ...
... 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.
... with stalls selling all the different types of pork based fast food that Germany has to offer. It was epic. Slightly shameful was the sight of Fosters and VB as the Australian offering and Abbotts Ale and Green King IPA as the English contingent sitting beside the mighty offerings from Bavaria and Prussia. We had an amazing time and a big thanks to the friends and family that came along to make it such a great send off.
On our last day ...
... 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 ...
In 1954, a young German by the name of Johannes Hensel boarded a ship and travelled for ten days to the United States to become one of the first Fulbright grantees. Back then, the topic on Americans' minds was the Cold War and to earn extra money, he delivered speeches on Germany and that very theme. The most money he earned was $25 for delivering a sermon on World Prayer Day.
Fast forward to 2011 when a young ...