Hotel Gildehaus

Address: Schwielowseestrasse 58, Potsdam, Brandenburg, 14548, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Schwielowseestrasse 58, Potsdam, is near Sanssouci Park, Kaiser Tour, and Charlottenhof Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Potsdam

Day 6- Potsdam

A travel blog entry by badgerblog72 on Jun 20, 2015

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Today was spent with our individual host families. Britta and Joachim took us to Potsdam where we toured Sanssouci Park.

The gardens sit on hundreds of acres and are home to several of Alexander the Great's palaces. Sanssouci was the first palace built as the Kings summer palace. With only 12 rooms, the bright yellow palace was relatively small for its time. It was built in only two years which is amazing when you consider ...

Potsdam Conference and Wannsee Protocol

A travel blog entry by laurenmichaud on Oct 11, 2014

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... into Stalin’s communist fold. Following his replacement of Churchill, Attlee was invisible throughout the remainder of the conference.

Stalin came in with the intention of doing exactly what he did. He took the One and a Half to the cleaners. With the exception of Greece, which he also wanted, he absorbed the whole of Eastern Europe into his brutal sphere of influence.

We know that Hitler was a very bad man, but part of ...

Booming Berlin - with bustling, broad boulevards

A travel blog entry by gary_13. on Aug 21, 2014

2 comments, 60 photos

... War ll damage and its location in the divided city's no mans land.

Holocaust Memorial, a large stark memorial to the genocide of the European Jews during WWII, was created by American Architect Peter Eisenman. ...

Last day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by alanna21 on Jun 09, 2014

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... the time the wall was up. They had tons of stuff you could touch and open drawers etc. It was very interactive, they even had a trablant you could sit in and pretend to drive. It was really interesting to learn about what life was like for those trapped for all those years.

Following this I headed back to the hostel to relax, have a beer and pack up before my early train today.

I'll be writing a post about Munich later ! Have a nice day everyone,


Day 154: Christmas Presents!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Dec 20, 2013


... has to be returned personally by me and a very cute bag from the cerebral palsy alliance. Thanks mum! I then began to bawl my eyes out for some reason as I sat on the couch and thought about how kind and generous our families are. And I was so impressed that both of you bought fair trade products and things made in Australia. It means a lot. And the presents themselves were so thoughtful too. Lots of warm and yummy things. We are so lucky! As much as I would have liked to, I ...