Burghotel Belzig

Address: Wittenberger Strasse 14, Belzig, Brandenburg, 14806, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Wittenberger Strasse 14, Belzig.
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    Berlin - Day 2, Sunday

    A travel blog entry by joanenelson on Sep 15, 2013

    38 photos

    Our full day in Potsdam ( will post photos tomorrow) We took a Potsdam City Tour bus which was an excellent way to get around, allowing us to get off and explore all the historical places. And the buses do run on time! We never had to wait long for ...

    My Berlin Ramble, No Amble!!

    A travel blog entry by lydiajai on Jul 24, 2012

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... I poked and prodded him with questions- he is studying art. Ah an Artist! - he will be in Sweden the same time I plan to be. Possibly he has a good connection for me in Sweden but I do no utter this idea. - he lives around the corner and has some art he can show us. Oh how fantastic, maybe I will be inspired. -but first he will buy some nuts! Mmweird. So a little walk down the street and a brazil nut later we arrive outside these grand old doors and ...

    Zegg community

    A travel blog entry by drew-stansons on Aug 16, 2011

    3 photos

    ... condition and if you helped around in the community you could stay for less.
    So i helped in the kitchen everyday and stayed for free.

    This community was a big difference to the Damanhur community.
    The thing that I liked at Damanhur was that there was always something to do.
    In Zegg this was the other way around,once in a while there was something to do but it wasn't that a big of experience.


    Potsdam, Hot Damn

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 18, 2011

    8 photos

    ... in the 18th C. We strolled and biked through the gardens and fountains and around the Sans Souci Palace and the Neue Palace. Having been in so many such palaces over the year we decided to not pay the 12 Euro each to enter, and just enjoyed the free gardens. After a couple of hours of Sans Souci, we rode a bit further afield to the Neue Park which contains, ...

    Day 64 -- A Day with Four Problems

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 29, 2010

    ... but I lost track of the number of Rubens that were there (although some were copies), Historische Mühle (historical windmill), Neue Kammern (essentially a guest house), Orangerieschloss (a palace that also provides space for all of the sensitive potted plants to be wintered--there are over 1,000 of them--and they were in the process of moving them inside today), Drachenhaus (Dragon house--which is now a café and restaurant), Neues Palais (new ...