Hotel Zur Heimat

Address: Alte Neuendorfer Strasse 1, Am Mellensee, Brandenburg, 15838, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Alte Neuendorfer Strasse 1, Am Mellensee.
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Travel Blogs from Am Mellensee

Remembering Berlin

A travel blog entry by asph0de1 on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... t mean that my world is a safe place. It means the opposite. Berlin has brought me to my knees. But it has taught me that if we want the world to be a better place - and we all do - then we need to stand back up and remember our mistakes of the past, see through our differences and fight for peace. Berlin as a city has achieved this so well, it really seems it is crying out for us to do the same. Break down those walls, and build together the foundations of a global city, and ...

Day 14: Glaisdale to Robin Hood Bay. Sun 14/9/14.

A travel blog entry by emerys on Sep 16, 2014

2 comments, 18 photos

The final day! Another 31km and supposedly 7.5hrs of walking and we would reach the North Sea and have 190 miles or 309 km between us and the Irish Sea at St Bee's. We had all agreed that we needed to finish as we had begun, as Team Walking Undead. The Badger's legs weren't going to last and I wasn't too sure about Two Dogs (aka Red aka Geoff) either. We decided to set off as usual, albeit a little later at 0930hrs after a wander through the garden and farmyard at Red House Farm. ...


A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Aug 10, 2014

5 photos

... carried out in the Cold War and along the water's edge. We also stopped at Ceciliahof Palace where Churchill, Stalin and Truman carved up the Axis countries after WW2. 20k in all. The gardens were amazing along the way. We stopped for lunch at a brewery on a lake and enjoyed beer and adler (shandy), viena schnitzel, and potato salad/chips; excellent beer. What a good day. (I asked for a salad instead of chips so got potato salad:)) Getting off the metro ...

World War II & New German Pride

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Jul 11, 2014

13 photos

... terror people (Jews and non-Jews) must have felt in their homes at the time. Along the sidewalks, there are many golden plaques with inscriptions of the last known Jewish people living in these homes with their names, birthdate, when they were taken, and where they were transported to and murdered. This tour brought us to many more sites and stories of the terrors the Nazis brought forth to so many people and helped us learn how Hitler got away with as much as he did. Before ...

Breakfast? Brunch? Linner?

A travel blog entry by ericasmig on Jun 09, 2014

14 photos

... Charlie and snap pics, read plaques & sweat like pigs (it's warmer then expected - ugh!). Keep walking... No stores are open (need sunscreen & hair goop/product for Dave). Wierd. Maybe everyone closes for the afternoon...for a siesta? Get to Weingren. Closed. Open at 17:00. Plan B. Find a restaurant called Chips. Done. They're still serving breakfast!! 3:30 breakfast w/ a gorgeous Reisling. ...