Flair Hotel Reuner

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

Alternative walk and meeting the family.

A travel blog entry by janerob55 on Aug 05, 2014

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... called Mikey .

We headed down to the underground and caught a train to. Where we had been with Rickie and Ronny yesterday. We walked around some of the area we had seen yesterday and then continued to a different part and saw sevral examples of street art.

He explained about Berlin Kidz and their writing using abseiling ropes where they write arabic style lettering down a wall. He showed us one place where they had painted something , the next day the ...

The Berlin experience

A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jul 18, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... tour guide was quite entertaining and told us that the people staying in the bunkers had to watch their tongue in case an enemy spy was with them or in case they said something wrong and a Nazi was nearby. That didn't stop their humour though. Apparently a common joke was: what does a pessimist carry in his suitcase? (Everyone brought a suitcase to the bunker with them that contained their valuables) Answer: A Russian dictionary. After the tour, it ...

Berlin.... Day 2

A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... she experienced. Tanja and I are even more grateful that mum made that life changing decision to come over to be with my dad and build a life in Australia. We can not imagine what type of people we would have become had we grown up in Germany. Off we walk to Brandenburg Gate. On the way we say the Memorial to the Holocaust victims. Such a respectful place. A whole city block with blocks symbolising the victims ...

Portugal: Salt, Sea, Vine

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson on Apr 23, 2014

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... short but picturesque bus ride from Spain. The rain pours down as we drag our suitcases through the cobblestone streets of the beautifully preserved medieval town of Èvora. With the dark skies and occasional downpours, we are forced to explore this city from under the rim of an umbrella. All roads lead us to the main square, Praço de Giralda. It was a place of executions and public burnings during the inquisition in the sixteenth century and more recently a place of ...

Our last days in Berlin

A travel blog entry by llammers on Dec 23, 2013

... stayed to 11 then made our way home on the public transport which is amazing, never have to wait. went to bed tired and eager to spend the day around the house celebrate Chrissy in very low key kinda of way. exchange pressies and then watch DVDs all day. Caught up with Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones both great in 2 very different ways. it was good to lie around the house and feel as though we did not have tom venture out of the house. it seems indulgent but ...