Hotel am Brandenburger Tor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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We began our discovery of Potsdam by walking by the palaces, parks and gardens of Sanssouci. This is a grand park area with many ornate palaces either built for the Prussian King Friederick the Great or his relatives. They spared no expense starting in the 1700’s to provide Julien and Katarina with a magnificent playground for their kids Ella, Etienne, and baby Thibault. It was very considerate of the King to provide many Rococo and Romanesque-style buildings ...
... Tire Bikes for nothing. Nice wide seats and our butts didn't hurt at all. The tour was called a Tour of the Wall and looked at the communist past of Berlin. Not that I'm obsessed with this period. It just fitted in with our schedule.
I would have to say biking in Berlin is excellent. For the first time in years I didn't wear a helmet and I felt ok about it. I wouldn't dream of going out without one at home. The city is ...
... the flight leaves the gate. We were at the terminal a full hour and a half before we needed to be there, which was still better than being late, but quite annoying. We grabbed a snack and toured the duty-free alcohol shops before lining up for our gate. Then we got through our gate and boarded a bus to our airplane on the tarmac. I slept most of the hour and a half flight, which took us to a new time zone, another hour ahead of Eastern Standard Time.
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... t know what spell she cast on me when her deep brown eyes locked onto mine, but she had me smiling ear to ear. Alina agreed to show us around during our last day, and she started punching her number into my phone. "So you will call me tomorrow?" she said as she was typing. "Maybe" I said jokingly and started humming on you-know-what song (that just like you-know-who should never be mentioned, unless the video by Miami Dolphins is being referred to). "Serious!" She said with ...
... We pull out the map & pick up the pace. Need to burn off breakfast & get warm. There are more locals in the park than I expected, people jogging, cycling, stretching & skinny dipping, yep, it's freezing & they're starkers! That's one way to wake up! The park is quite big, 124 hectares, with paths going everywhere, but we head to the main attractions: - Babelsberg castle - From 1871, Babelsberg was the summer residence of William 1. Design of the ...