Potsdam, what can I say? A short trainride (the regular S-Bahn, cheap & fast) from Berlin and you’re in a fairytale. The Dutch quarters, castles, pastel coloured buildings. Slower pace and village feeling although Potsdam has more inhabitants than any average town in Sweden.

Hadn’t been there for several years and my dear frenemy Johan decided to join.

Look how pretty it is. For some reason I end up in Potsdam on Sundays, when all shops are closed. Next time, we will go there on a weekday and have a nice stroll + peak into antique stores etc.

The buildings in Potsdam are lower than in Berlin.

A vineyard.

And the most famous castle, Sanssouci.

Took this picture when a dog walked up to Johan and prodly showed him his ball (the toy, not the genitals). A young pitbull with beige fur, beige eyes. A beauty. Dogs always love Johan, I love Johan and dogs. When do we get a dog? Johan feels sorry for dogs.

Love the placement of this stone. An introvert must have lived here?

Going to church.

Stalking Johan.

How amazing looking is this? Here we are on our way to an indian restaurant we had been recommended.

Passed by a lake and decided this should be our house. We don’t need bigger, do we? Depends on how many dogs…

Nice and warm at the restaurant, unfortunately they had changed owners recently and the food was very very bland.

After the food, we walked the beautiful streets towards the trainstation and went back home. Potsdam, you are a fucking treasure, so good to go there from time to time. Have you been there? Any recs on where to eat? Buena Vida Coffee Club is good for coffee. Might try Buya Ramen + Izakaya in the Dutch quarters next time we’re there.

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