Wednesday, June 21, 2017


A couple weeks ago, I decided to cross an item off my Berlin must-see list and took a solo day-trip to Potsdam - another city with a ton of history from Prussian monarchs to GDR times. So sadly, it's not only the enormous garden around the Sanssouci palace, that catches your eye, but also the Soviet blocks scattered around town. But as it happens, the coolest part is always the unexpected, in Potsdam's case the Dutch quarter and it's rows of red little houses built for Dutch craftsmen in the 18th century. Perfect for a sucker for tiny little cafes like me. 

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