Address: Haag 20/Am Herrenhaus 1, Luckenwalde, Brandenburg, 14943, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Haag 20/Am Herrenhaus 1, Luckenwalde.
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    Arriving in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by foxc on Dec 28, 2014

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    ... a little earlier. Jenny is very nice and easy to talk to and get along with and is studying her MBA in business in Berlin. When we got out of the club it had been snowing and it was amazing, as the entire ground was covered in a thick coating of snow, so Claudio and I walked back through the snow to get the train back to the hotel, only to realise they had stopped till 4, it being about 230 by this stage. So we got a taxi instead, and the snow made the end to a great ...

    Day 57 Walking Tour of Berlin & Pub Crawl

    A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 12, 2014

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    ... days of Hitler's life in the bunker he was with his staff, mistress and dog Blondie. Before he killed himself he wanted to be married to his mistress so 33 hours before his death they were married. I found this funny....of all the things you want to do before you die I suppose in a way it makes sense but its absurd at the same time. Hitler and his new wife both took pills to kill themselves and Hitler also shot himself in the head which he believed was the respectable ...

    The Reichstag

    A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 19, 2014

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    ... and Ingrid explained that they represent the pain that people have gone through. The space can be used by anyone of any religion. The wooden cross that can be seen is removable. Everyone got a surprise when Ingrid just picked it up in her hand. She said it usually resides in the anteroom. A many layered work showing flames, and other symbols is in a meeting room, while one using vertical moving LED lights spells out the most important speeches made in ...


    A travel blog entry by annsplace on Aug 11, 2014

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    ... museums there and then, for the next day. Better than standing in long queues! Across the road was a magnificent park which covers a huge area (in fact I think about 36% of Berlin is treed which makes it the third greenest city in the world). Hope those figures are correct!! They had quite a few memorials dotted throughout the park, including one to Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn. There was also an unusual memorial to ...

    Saw all the sights, now let's just have fun!

    A travel blog entry by farewellpegcity on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... we go???). We also saw the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, the Berlin Radio Tower in Alexanderplatz, the Berliner Dom Church, the Berlin Wall (again) and had a Berliner Pils beer at a Biergarten on the River Spree. We also went to the GDR museum, which showcases the lives of people living in East Germany before 1989. We found it very informative, entertaining and disturbing. Looking back, it seems like ...