Hotel am Brandenburger Tor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... would proceed to make this the theme for the rest of our visit. That evening we settled down to a new card game called Bohnanza to which we instantly became hooked. The next morning we had to make a decision; explore Potsdam on bicycles a second day or experience Berlin, a 20 minute train ride away. We choose quality over quantity and decided to explore more of Potsdam and Sanssouci Park. Berlin is simply too grand to take in in one day, and Potsdam offers it's ...
... They weren't the brown people, or even the brown people with a tan - I'm talking about they were pitch black... And were wearing the sideways baseball cap... You know the ones. Now we both saw these people from about 20 metres away and Jeremy turned to me and said, we need to walk through that park, do you still want to go to mini golf? Well I looked at the park and there was rusty gates, graffiti, rubbish, a dozen of ...
... it was watched my men on the ground then towers we built to watch them and then finally electric machine guns which were sensor were put there. There were also 2 walls. There was one that the East side could see and then were was the one that the West side could see but these were not the same walls. They were a few metres apart and in the middle was no mans land. There was gravel put on the ground so that if anyone tried to sneak across, if they weren't see they ...
... introduced the world to his new baby by dangling him out the window).
Randy suggested that they put up a sign saying “falling baby
zone.” On to Checkpoint Charlie for our last historical stop
within the city.
Following a hearty, stereotypical
German lunch (pork, potato salad, spaetzel, apple strudel and beer,
of course), we drove about an hour north of the city for an emotional
visit to the site of the Sachenhausen concentration ...
... any success we decide to locate "Die Espressonisten". We found it and it's started to look very promising. They have a Kees Van Der Western Spirit coffee machine "the best machine on the market", Francois favourite. It's a nice simple little cafe with a separate retail section selling coffee machines, beans, cups & saucers & a selection of 70 different coffee blends. We order our coffee & Francois disappears with excitement into the retail area. Francois soon ...