Erlebnishof Werder

Address: Werder 45, Werder, Brandenburg, 14913, Germany | Hotel
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        On the road to Berlin

        A travel blog entry by pybus71 on Jun 16, 2015

        4 photos

        The wind was still blowing hard when we awoke, but no
        stress, the day was to be spent driving to Berlin. The trip was pretty much
        uneventful with an opportunity to view the rural landscape of Germany. The
        countryside is very green with rolling fields planted to Wheat, Barley, Rye,
        Potatoes, Maize and some fields of Lavender. Many of the fallow fields were
        filled with bright red ...

        Back in Time

        A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 16, 2014

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... house and gardens. He was lovely and mum was ecstatic she could show us through. Next stop was the 'pharmacy' where mum did her apprenticeship and finally to the highlight for me, the flat where I spent 6 months when I was 4 years old and Tanja was 8. Oma and Opa (mums parents) lived in a ground floor flat and Opa being the gardener, maintained the garden and made it flourish. Of course coming back 37 years later, the building and grounds where not as maintained as ...


        A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 28, 2013

        19 photos

        ... people smuggled in cars, suitcases, generators, hot air balloons, light aircraft, submarine and just plain running and jumping out of windows. It was desperate times. It covered the entire time from the end of the war, to the dividing of the city in 1961, to the unification in 1989 then the tearing down of the wall. We both struggled to understand why anyone would think separating a city, let alone a country and its people, would ...

        A day in Berlin

        A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 27, 2013

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... went to a brewery in Spandau which was also a restaurant. The brewery was a working boutique brewery making and selling beer, it also sells food. The food was typical German food, Marg had a pork knuckle and I had beer goulash.

        After dinner, we went back to Carmen and Andreas's home and continued socialising in wonderful company.

        Here I must say that the German people are so warm and welcoming that it makes one feel at home and ...

        Sanssouci Palace

        A travel blog entry by tachinrn on Dec 30, 2010

        30 photos

        ... and we are planning to do some research on renting a car to possibly go south to see some castles on Sunday. Johanna has to work for a couple of days so we are going to entertain ourselves. It depends on just how long the drive is. If it is going to be too long of a drive, I might just vote to do more sight seeing around this area. I hate to waste precious time sitting in a car. Stay tuned for more! ...