Hotel Grossbeeren

Address: Dorfaue 9, Grossbeeren, Brandenburg, 14979, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dorfaue 9, Grossbeeren, is near DaimlerChrysler Contemporary (Haus Huth) and Laugh Olympics.
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Travel Blogs from Grossbeeren

Berlin and beer

A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Jul 07, 2015

... city buzzing with activity. Very few picturesque old buildings..lots of newer copies of old style as well as high rise.Gagging for a beer so wandered into a tapas place over the road from the hotel.Looked empty so I was a bit. dubious but no..the courtyard full of locals quaffing beer and having a good time.We joined them and had a fish tapas platter which hit the spot. As I write thunder rolls so the change is on the way..23 is forecast.Much kinder to ...

Walking walking and more walking in Berlin

A travel blog entry by lindeelee on May 27, 2015

1 comment, 14 photos

... whole time of the walls existence only 82 people escaped, the majority of those in the first day with many ripped to shreds from the wire. Behind the section of the wall there is a museum of terror which we came back to after to the tour. it was thoughtfully done, entry was free and it told the story of the atrocities of war and what happened in Berlin over its history. While hard to see and read and explore, it was very worthwhile. There is a Jewish memorial created by an artist ...

New Year

A travel blog entry by phil.w on Jan 01, 2015

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... only day of the year where locals are allowed to let of private fireworks, it is this practice that is a little confronting as early in the evening on the way and all the way back after fireworks are going off all over the place, the streets are littered with spent fireworks, you have to see it to believe the huge numbers. The fireworks were going well past 1 am. All the snow which was thick a day ago is now gone, walking was easier. A memorable night, but ...

Remembering Berlin

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... museum, having human faces on these monstrous institutions was very strange. It makes you think a lot about what it would take for someone to do horrible things like they did in nazi Germany. Truth be told, it wouldn't take much. And it's interesting that even in our war memory, after all hard feelings have been put aside, that the people in these institutions or soldiers in the wars are still subtly seen as being one of 'us' or as one of 'them'. They are still ...

Day 11: Walking Tour of Kill my Feetness

A travel blog entry by missy_luvmuffin on Sep 08, 2014

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... pieces of the wall which I was far happier to see this time...mostly because if had coffee by this point :p. So now in a more appreciative mental place it really hit me how monumental it was to be where I was. This wall came down in my lifetime, not millennia ago. Just to imagine the impact it had on people's lives really Kung Pow'd me in the face! All of this was followed by beer, pizza, and more walking. P.S. I'm about getting sick and tired of paying to use the rest ...