Hotel Am Sutschke-Tal

Address: Franz Kuenstler Strasse 1, Bestensee, Spreewald, Brandenburg, 15741, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Franz Kuenstler Strasse 1, Bestensee.
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      Arriving in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... over one of the days, and the hot water at night would consistently turn cold after just 2 minutes, extremely annoying and not really acceptable at any hotel, let alone one which cost 560 Euros a night. In addition to this the smaller room Claudio was given and the entire floor it is situated, has a constant odour of cigarettes, not great when a non-smoker. On raising this with the man from reception we were not met with much sympathy, only that he would offer 2 ...

      Day 57 Walking Tour of Berlin & Pub Crawl

      A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 12, 2014

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      ... leave out the names of over 2 million people who no one knew the names of so in a way by not putting names on the memorial it was inclusive of all. He also said in different parts of Berlin there are Memorials to different groups like the gay community and the gypsies who were all different social groups persecuted by the Nazi regime. The idea is that each social group may have experiences different things. He also said it was a testament to how Germany is owning up ...

      Schlosse Charlottenburg

      A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... for another was for an Amber Room, but before it could be installed the Prince gave it away to Peter the Great of Russia. There is a bit of conflicting evidence here. This is what the guide said but other information I discovered said it was installed and then given away. Display cases showed many sets of porcelain from the Royal household as well as incredible silver and in some cases gold, serving ware. Sophie's son became Friedrich II, and regularly sold ...

      Berlin

      A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 08, 2014

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      ... WW2 West Berlin was completely cut off except from the air (before the actual wall was put up) The only supplies were air dropped in. The food was all very basic and the three most common was ketchup, hotdogs and Curry powder. Naturally the Berliners mixed these together to make the curry wurst.

      After enjoying the bike tour in Amsterdam, we went for this option again. Considering Berlin is 9 times bigger than Paris it ...

      World War II & New German Pride

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

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      ... more angry about the number of them that committed suicide. I hate that they were able to take away their own misery so easily after causing an unthinkable amount of pain and torture to millions of other people. This is one of the most impressive museums I've ever seen, in terms of information and chronology. It felt impossible to read everything or view all the displays and even after we were in there for over three hours, I still feel that we missed quite a lot of ...