Zum Alten Ponyhof

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 ...

    Day 64 -- A Day with Four Problems

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 29, 2010

    ... ticket). So I decided that wasn’t really bad and just went on my way with the intention of dealing with it when I returned to the car. Sanssouci Park is a huge complex that encompasses a number of different historical palaces and other buildings. I visited 9 of them and didn’t see quite all that are there--the castle kitchen, the Schloss (Palace) Sanssouci, Bildergalerie (the picture gallery which had over 100 painting by a number of ...

    Day 63 -- I'm APT to Get Anything

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 28, 2010

    ... courtyard for parking. The total area is about 550 square feet and it is about a five minute drive from the city center. It is situated on what seems to be a rather quite side street also. The digs are quite a relaxing arrangement! Obviously breakfast is not included, so I will have to do a little shopping to make arrangements for that or stop by someplace on my way to the city. In the evening I just took a walk until I found an enticing place to have dinner.



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    Potsdam, city of kings

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

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... one of the 3 original gates to the old city of Potsdam and walked around the Dutch district. In the mid 1700's the Prussian king, Friedrich I, needed more workers and artisans to build his city and invited the Dutch, promising to give them work and housing. They built this Dutch district to house these foreign workers and in the style of their homeland. Today the houses are restored and renovated for modern living. The area is also ...

    POTSDAM, RAIN, CASTLES HOW BEAUTIFUL

    A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jul 10, 2009

    26 photos

    ... we help them cover up their clothes. Then it stops and the sun is out and nice and warm.

    We visit the old gate to the city and the Dutch area, here, the houses are small red bricks, wooden shutters on the windows and different from the homes in the other areas of the town. We walk back down the pedestrian street towards their Brandenburg Gates and the tourist information centre.

    We make it to the information centre ...