Zum Alten Ponyhof

Address: Bahnhofstrasse 20, Niemegk, Brandenburg, 14823, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Bahnhofstrasse 20, Niemegk.
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    Travel Blogs from Niemegk

    Driving to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... we need including a washing machine. The washing machine is essential as we all have dirty clothes that we have accumulated over 2 weeks without washing. We got unpacked and went to a middle eastern restaurant walking distance from the apartment. Th food was really good. We picked up some beer a bottle of wine a carton of milk and a block of chocolate it only cost €17. The boys have to get up early and return the ...

    The dawning of the first month in Germany!

    A travel blog entry by beckichan on Feb 01, 2011

    ... and it wasn't exactly what I expected but it was interesting. When I think of Opera I think of big wigs, fat ladies, and extremely loud singing. This Opera was a lot less classical and actually funny (i couldn't really understand all the jokes but people laughed). It was basically a play with the actors breaking into song every once in a while.
    We also went to the Lange Nacht in der Museen (Long Night ...

    Day 64 -- A Day with Four Problems

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 29, 2010

    ... Haus (a Chinese tea house) and Friedenskirche (Church of Peace) where the King and Queen are buried. Each of the palaces had something that stood out whether it be the ornate decoration, the wonderful parquet flooring, elegant wall coverings, elaborate furniture, the view of the grounds from the windows, etc. So now I’ll get to problem number 2. After I left the Orangerieschloss I walked through the forested park until I arrived at ...

    "Voltaire was kind of a bitch..."

    A travel blog entry by briannamooty on Aug 28, 2010

    68 photos

    ... Sans Souci" (which means “without a care” in French), his “guesthouse” (which is a large palace…), and Schloss Cecilienhof, where the Potsdam conference took place. Potsdam is an interesting city—there is a Russian area called Alexandrowka where Russian minstrels lived after Czar Alexandar gifted them to the Prussian king, a Dutch area that was built to attract Dutch engineers by making them feel ...

    Potsdam, city of kings

    A travel blog entry by iris-linda on Jul 04, 2010

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... no one will know that I’m a girl.

    Sunday – Today we went to a small village near Potsdam for a BBQ and birthday celebration for Daniel’s 2 yr old son, Jonathon. Daniel bought one side of a double house several years ago. The house was pretty much in ruins and Daniel gutted it from the cellar to the roof, including removing the roof. Originally the house belonged to the Inspector of a castle, which was located ...