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

Long day about to get longer

A travel blog entry by laurammitchell on Jul 25, 2015

3 comments, 8 photos

... equipped with an ensuite and a massive window. Nicest hostel yet! And great location too. We went out and explored Berlin, using my internal compass we found our way to the main attractions. Still not sure exactly what they are, but we will find out tomorrow on the walking tour. We are braving it at 11am after going out tonight. Emma was so impressed with some violin buskers that she donated 2/7 of her food budget ie €2 to them. Katie was less impressed ...

Berlin - Day 1

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment

... that simple gesture would trigger. I could write almost a novel on the next sequence of events but will try to give you an abbreviated version so sit back and here goes ............ I was resting on the bed after a wonderful day and Paul went off to get some beautiful German bread and some fruit. What next happen I was unaware of until much later. As Paul stepped out of our apartment block onto the street below he was hit on his left side by a person traveling extremely fast on ...

Berlin - Prague

A travel blog entry by foxc on Jan 02, 2015

7 photos

... store to get a few things. Onboard the train and Claudio and mine seats did end up being separated from each other, so I took the seat further down the carriage which was occupied by an older couple,a teenage boy and a mother with her young son. In Claudio's compartment he was sitting with some nice people from Australia, a younger couple and another family group travelling from Sydney. I was able to join them later as some of them ...

History will never seem the same...

A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 13, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... a small information plaque that acknowledges it was there. The guide knew his history and gave a background dating back to 1800s and how they all led to WW1, which in turn factored into the second war. The division of Germany and Berlin was a direct result of the outcome of WW2. We also got the history up to today - what the two Berlins were like and how the became one (as did the whole of Germany. I have studied ...


A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 14, 2014

... to see what we could find around mid day, very unprepared. I found a suggested walk on the Triposo app, which was ok. We walked to a section of Berlin Wall remaining situated on the site of an old church. There Was a display with many personal accounts of people's personal experience. The church was situated on the east side yet once the wall was established the majority of the parishioners were on the West. There ...