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... had already left and would have depleted the normal bike supply. l volunteered to manage one of the bikes on the escalators and train for the day, lucky for me I got a free drink out of it ! The center of Potsdam is very interesting as most of the architecture represents what Berlin looked like before the war. Potsdam originated as a small little village that one day the prussian monarchy decided they not only needed a getaway location but they needed to show they had places ...
... 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 ...
... were lounging about in their enclosure suggested that, if they could talk, their conversation would go along the lines of; "Look at those unfortunate humans- They have to pay to visit us, stand there, and then pay to use the zoo toilet when they need a **** whilst we lounge about 24/7."
Watching the Orang-Utan climbing across its cage was a sight I won't forget. It was so shaggy it was like a ...
We went on another bus out to Potsdam which is about an hour out of town. It is a lovely old town that wasn't destroyed much by the war. Berlin certainly suffered from the bombing and it can be seen everywhere. Potsdam had quite a few palaces built by Wilhelm the first. It was also the place where the peace agreement for the 2nd w w was signed. It had a huge garden. So big it gave me ta blister. It ...
... winter garden.
We then left the city to drive through some beautiful residential places to Potsdam. We passed a lake called Wannsee, which had the bridge that you see on the movies that the Americans and the Soviets exchanged spy prisoners. The area was beautiful green and leafy. There was a lot of renovations being carried out as this was in the East; the Soviets had let the area deteriorate and the buildings were very run down.
We went to the estate ...