GreenLine Hotel Landhaus Geliti

Address: Wentorfstrasse 2, Schwielowsee, Brandenburg, 14548, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Wentorfstrasse 2, Schwielowsee, is near Sanssouci Park, Cecilienhof, Kaiser Tour, and Park Babelsberg.
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Travel Blogs from Schwielowsee

A different day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by benny52 on Jul 08, 2015

10 photos

... glass inlays, a church unlike any other we have ever seen. Kathy has said she is not really a zoo person but after 4 hours of wandering we concluded that this had been a really worthwhile visit, a great zoo. We saw gorillas, rhinos, hippos, bears, carnivores and watched the King Penguins being fed, two of which were sitting on eggs. They did have a panda but he had died after 32 years of ...

Gustow - Berlin

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 03, 2015

1 comment, 11 photos

... very flash. Found our favorite shop - the Info Centre. Annette lined up to get directions and a map - €1. Can recall that from last trip. Can now get a free one from reception!


We decided to get the metro to Alexander Platz and then jump on the bikes. Found our accommodation (very smart it was too) only to find that our reservation, even though it had been confirmed by email had not gone through to the hotel.they ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 29, 2014

We took advantage of our free breakfast this morning at the More restaurant, though we were surprised to see that the Orange juice we had ordered to go with the breakfast (not included with the voucher) was 12 EUR for two :) which is very expensive considering the price of a good drink in a bar is around 6EUR maximum . Had decided when we walked past the day previous that the German History Museum may be worthwhile ...

History will never seem the same...

A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 13, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... only okay-ish news is I have new clothes - bought some from a store on the way back from today's tour. So I can head out to my friend's bar in clean clothes! Now for today.... I took a highly recommended walking tour through all the significant areas throughout the 20th century including: - the Jewish area - which has some of the oldest surviving buildings from pre WW2 - sites of importance in communist East ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by granorley on Sep 15, 2014

... was all destroyed except for the front facade. Coincidently, the lonely building left standing in the area, was the Swiss embassy, which allowed for the surviving Nazis to seek asylum. We didn't go into the Reistag, which is not opened everyday, but our guide told us that some of the buildings have still retained some of the graffiti left by the Russians. In one of the major conference rooms '**** Germany' is still inscribed one the wall in ...