Flair Hotel Reuner

Address: Machnower Chaussee 1a, Zossen, Brandenburg, 15806 , Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Machnower Chaussee 1a, Zossen.
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Travel Blogs from Zossen

Beach time and Sunday Market

A travel blog entry by terrence.europe on Aug 03, 2015

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... musicians performing which added a nice ambiance to the park. Chris and I finished the afternoon back at the lake. This time I just tanned and listened to music which was very relaxing :) After returning to the hostel Chris and I headed to the kitchen and end d up chatting with a large group of people from all over. Canada, USA, Mexico, Chile, Sweden, Australia, New ...


A travel blog entry by shawn-teneale on Jul 04, 2015

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... Berlin is hard to put a finger on - in a lot of ways it is the best city we have visited yet. In others the east part still carries a Soviet legacy and somehow seems a little "backward". The gardens and parks are stunning and are easily the best we have come across (sorry London your dead dry grass is ****)
We did the Berlin Zoo today - Heralded as the best in Europe. That being said we definitely aren't going to any other Zoo's in Europe then - Nothing ...

Berlin Day 2

A travel blog entry by tishnandrew on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

We started our day in a similar frustration to yesterday trying to negotiate Berlin's complex public transport system- the main problem we have is that while all the modes of transport are interconnected, you need to use several to get where you are going and there are isolated lines of the subway that don't connect with any other subway lines so you need to get out of the mindset that you have in New York where once you ...


A travel blog entry by kazlang on Dec 18, 2014

... them quiet by the parents. Then in Sweden and Denmark they leave the babies in the prams outside the shops or cafe. They have seriously large strollers (I'm guessing for the cobble stoned walk ways) and sometimes it is hard to see the baby. The baby sleeps and the mum gets to have coffee or shop in peace. What's not to love? Cannot imagine it taking off at home. You would have DOCS joining you for coffee or the baby and pram would be gone. Unfortunate on all ...

Amsterdam to Berlin

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Sep 21, 2014

Alas we had to move on from Amsterdam so we headed with our first class tickets (once you are over 24 you have to buy first class Eurail passes). The dutch lady at the ticket counter informed us that we simply had to get on the train no need to reserve seats. We hopped into the luxurious first class cabin and first met a woman from San Fransico who also happened to be a pharmacist. Much to Ryan's boredom we chatted shop for quite ...