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 - Ich bin NICHT ein Berliner!

A travel blog entry by lyndalandtom on Sep 19, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... initials. Same goes for the Berlin Wall where chewing gum is plastered over some parts of it, and peoples names are also tagged. For all we know, the chewing gum might symbolise something, though the only thing we think it represents is a lack of hygiene. That night, Tom's second-favourite band, The Cherry Poppin' Daddies, were in town playing at Lido, a club just a couple of minutes' walk from the hostel. Tickets weren't available online anymore, so in ...

Day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 08, 2014

16 photos

... the Cold War. We cross the River Spree to Museum Island with its 5 museums and Berlin Cathedral. Then on past the Opera House, to Babelplatz where the 'Burning of the Books' was done by the Nazis. There is a small section of the Wall still standing at Checkpoint Charlie which has been recreated. To stop the flow of East Germans to the west, the wall was erected around West Berlin by the East Germans virtually overnight in 1961. During the 28 years ...


A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 16, 2014

... believe the emotions that rushed through me by presenting on Rosenstrasse about the rebellion of unarmed women who were leaderless, unorganized and unprepared, yet they rocked the world of Goebbels and Hitler, causing the return of approximately 2,000 Jewish husbands!

Never forget and never underestimate the power of a ...

World War II & New German Pride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

13 photos

... gave us great detail about how each minority group was treated during the Holocaust: Jews, gypsies, socialists, communists, rebels, homosexuals, and the disabled. Unfortunately, for decades even after the War, homosexuals were criminalized for a long time, they weren't even seen as victims of this brutality. I definitely learned a lot from this display, but what angered me the most was learning about the trials and what I think is a lack of justice for the crimes committed by ...

Happy birthday to me

A travel blog entry by blink0 on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment

... s why I am not such a big fan of them. It seems as though I was in Vienna just a few years back, but thanks to this special day I just realized it was actually six years ago. Six whole years! It's incredible how time flies when we're busy living. Looking back at the second last year is not so motivating either: I went from professional backpacker, with a daily routine of finding interesting things to do and looking for fun, to a life of looking at software code and ...