Akzent Parkhotel Trebbin

Address: Parkstrasse 5, Trebbin, Brandenburg, 14959, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Parkstrasse 5, Trebbin.
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Travel Blogs from Trebbin

Berlin History Day

A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Jul 10, 2015

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Headed down the hotel's street toward checkpoint Charlie museum.Americans in replica uniforms provided a photo opportunity outside.Our discount card applied here so spent 3 hours in a most interesting place..cars with hollow petrol tanks,pulley systems,false boots in cars all used to get people out of DDR. Also tunnels were dug including one by a group of 10 old people who said the project gave them a new lease on life.They had gardening signals to ...

Berlin - Day 1

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 04, 2015

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... also a display adjacent to the fence that is very informative. Spent lots of time there before we got on our bikes and headed home. After downloading photos to Annette's tablet and onto Facebook, I went off to get dinner. Ok all who are reading the blog, this is Annette continuing the blog! Strange you may think - there must be something wrong for this to occur. Yep you are correct. When Paul has written above that he went down to get some dinner I did not know what chain ...

Berlin (13/1)

A travel blog entry by the_wes on Jan 13, 2015

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... with a small statue. It was very simple but very moving memorial. We then moved onto Bebelplatz, the original site where in May 1933, the burning books ceremonies took place by the Nazis. Again a very simple memorial is there, consisting of a glass plate set into the cobbles stone paving, giving a view of empty bookcases. We were starting getting the theme of very simple memorials for Berlin's and Germany's past. Gendarmenmarkt, was our next stop. An open city square with ...

The beginning of the end...

A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 15, 2014

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... lunch, I went to the Palace of Tears. This is not a palace. It's a small building attached to Friedrickstrasse railway station. The station was one of the few entries between West and East Berlin that were accessible. At the time people from the East could not visit the West. Westerners could get Visas to visit the East, to see family and friends cut off from them. They had 24 hours and then had to leave. The 'Palace' was the immigration centre where ...

Nefertiti at last

A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 16, 2014

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... complex are on display in museums in other cities. I think we saw some in the Louvre. Assyrian winged lions are also on display here along with archers made of glazed tiles. Again these were in the Louvre and I'm pretty sure there are some others in the British Museum. Looks like the booty got shared around! A quick visit to the Dom which was nearby finished off the day. I say quick but nothing interesting is ever quick. An hour later we emerged from the ...