Hammers Landhotel

Address: Genshagener Str. 1, Teltow, Brandenburg, 14513, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Genshagener Str. 1, Teltow, is near Pfaueninsel Park (Peacock Island), Schlachtensee, DaimlerChrysler Contemporary (Haus Huth), and Laugh Olympics.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Teltow

Berlin day 5

A travel blog entry by che99 on Jul 29, 2014

... that they had to get up at 415 in summer and 515 in winter so they could go to rollcall which involved all prisoners standing in the grounds without moving. If someone was missing they started the roll cell again. Some people died doing this. They wore the same uniform of a striped shirt and pants all year round so were stifling hot in summer and froze in winter. They were all sent out to work each day, some were used by big companies like VW. ...


A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 08, 2014

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... that have German written on them and headed for the food tents! We had some local currywurst and just stood near the stage because who wants to go out far?! They had bands, famous people?, and kids who could do crazy soccer ball tricks perform before the game. Then, it got very serious. No just kidding. Everyone was having fun and singing the chant. Then, the crowd erupted. I've never heard a place that loud before! My friend back at the hostel said she could hear the people ...

It will all turn out right in the end ...

A travel blog entry by tweetygirl on Oct 09, 2013

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... to the 1st museum, I decided to go to the holocaust museum tomorrow. When got back to hostel and all I wanted to do was put my feet up, my key would not let me in! the room aarrgghh!!!!!! Luckily I managed to get it sorted out at reception and didn't have to wait the 3 hours till my brother got back! ... John and I went out to an Asian restaurant for dinner, which was ...


A travel blog entry by mattymcv on Jul 27, 2013

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... for him, none of the 20 bed dorms that I experienced in South America. We decided that our first couple of nights we would stay quiet and just have a few night cap beers so that we could do a couple of tours while not feeling crook. The first tour we did was the free walking tour. We had an awesome guide (Rob from Manchester) and that made the tour so much better. We visited sites like; Hitler's bunker where he committed suicide, the Berlin Wall, checkpoint Charlie, the ...

I am a Jam Doughnut

A travel blog entry by schweetbix on Jun 20, 2013

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... We spent the evening trialling some German beer, which I can also highly recommend.

Day two we had a 6 hour walking tour around some of the main sights of Berlin (and this didn't even begin to cover all of them). Our tour guide, Michael, was a highly intelligent British gentleman who had moved over to Berlin with his German girlfriend and found his history degree worked perfectly with giving tours. This guy knew a lot, had some wonderful insights, and some ...