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

    Berlin and Potsdam, split personalities

    A travel blog entry by travelingmom on Feb 11, 2014

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    ... to the design of calligraphy, toys, and commercial items. One can only imagine, bowing to the winds of the Nazis, how much creativity was lost by the closing of the Bauhaus in the 1930s,

    Berlin is an up and coming, exciting vibrant city, but I can only hope that when I visit in a few more years, that the differences between east and west will have all but disappeared except in our history books.


    Driving to Berlin

    A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 03, 2013

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    ... We picked up the key from Lena's friend Thomas who lives around the corner. Berlin Is a little grungy with a lot of young people.we haven't seen many young people as the Mosel area was mostly retired folk. the apartment is interesting and a little funny to see in the flesh as we googled the street and the outside of the apartment and although they look similar the photos are a lot more classy.the apartment ...

    Potsdam, Hot Damn

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on May 18, 2011

    8 photos

    ... little ferry docks, and occasional steeples and castle towers peeking up.

    We entered Potsdam and strolled the main street pedestrian mall with its mostly 19th C shopfronts before riding over to the Sans Souci Park. The park is huge, probably about twice the size of Stanley Park, and contains the various palaces and follies built by Frederick II (The Great) ...


    A travel blog entry by dwhite3606 on Oct 17, 2010

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    ... was done in the 18th century by Frederick, King 0f Prussia. Today it is an upscale City filled with great shops, some of the nicest clothing shops and restaurants. Our time was spent divided between the Palaces and the City.

    Sanssouci (the name means without cares or trouble)) is a magnificient example of Rococo architecture. The grounds are terraced with fountains which are ...

    Palaces in Potsdam

    A travel blog entry by patrick_viajero on Sep 24, 2010

    I quite like day trips. They allow you to visit another place without hauling all your luggage with you. The company offering "free" walking tours also offers a number of other tours in and around Berlin. This one was of interest to me as Potsdam is supposed to be known as the Versailles of Germany. And since I had not been to Versailles, nor Paris nor France, ...