Klostereck Hotel-Restaurant

Address: Klosterstrasse 10, Kloster Zinna, Brandenburg, 14913, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Klosterstrasse 10, Kloster Zinna.
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A travel blog entry by erin_henning on Aug 26, 2015

1 comment

... Apparently that's a very popular thing here. Once I got home, she told me to unpack but I wasn't allowed to sleep. Oh goodness. My room is on the second floor, my window overlooks the garden in the backyard. She used a German word to describe the type of buildings, but it's basically a town home. I have a couch under my lofted bed. Lots of shelves for storage and a whole library of books to help me learn German. Once I unpacked, I took a ...

Back in Time

A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... I are quite partial to Hasbro Gummi Bears which you can buy in Aldi in Australia. We bought a packet previously to nibble on a train trip and discovered the German ones to be 6 months fresher and Oh So Delicious. So 45 minutes later we leave the supermarket with 4 bags and $107 Euro worse off. The bags were full of lollies, biscuits and treats we remembered from our childhood and the trips to the train kiosk with Opa. We didn't think how we might get them home, that's a ...


A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 28, 2013

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... were tall squares with shops on the ground floor outside and a open central courtyard inside, which usually had a garden in the middle and was surrounded by more shops and cafes within the square. This was also the area of the main synagogue which very large and impressive with a golden dome. It also had one of the first Jewish school in the area.

On the walkway there were brass plaques which were place to commemorate the ...

Day 64 -- A Day with Four Problems

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 29, 2010

... is not problem number 1, however. It was in the vicinity, just not quite as close as the other one. OK, problem number 1--when I entered I only got a chip that was apparently good for 1 hour free parking because it was actually a shopping mall; I didn’t get a receipt as usual indicating what time that I arrived. I checked out the rates on the machine when I got out of the car and they were very reasonable. The most was €6 (or €10 for ...

12 Hours in Berlin

A travel blog entry by trickerz on Sep 21, 2010

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... the street the Gate is on has a TON of museums. Now I know what people were talking about when saying you'd need at least a week to see everything. I took pictures of from the outside while I waited for everything to open at 10. Oh, and to you west coast people, even Berlin has a Dunkin Donuts. Went to the Holocaust Memorial first. It's difficult to hold back tears reading and listening to the stories. One 12yo girl wrote to her mother saying that she was going to be ...