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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Travel Blogs from Kloster Zinna

Back in Time

A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... house and gardens. He was lovely and mum was ecstatic she could show us through. Next stop was the 'pharmacy' where mum did her apprenticeship and finally to the highlight for me, the flat where I spent 6 months when I was 4 years old and Tanja was 8. Oma and Opa (mums parents) lived in a ground floor flat and Opa being the gardener, maintained the garden and made it flourish. Of course coming back 37 years later, the building and grounds where not as maintained as ...

The dawning of the first month in Germany!

A travel blog entry by beckichan on Feb 01, 2011

... of Roman artifacts and sculptures and was on Museum Island. I wanted to go to the Neues Museum which has Egyption history and the Nefertitti bust but we are going at a different time. We also went to a Photography Museum and the Neues Nationalgallerie. The NNG was very cool and housed a lot of art. It had the parfum bottle by Marcel Du Champ, a Salvador Dali painting and a few paintings by Kandnisky, ...

Day 64 -- A Day with Four Problems

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 29, 2010

... the same way that I came, I decided to look along the path and see if I could find it. There were 2 parallel paths separated by a wide median with plants. I wasn’t absolutely sure which one I had taken on my way. But I chose one and--miraculously--discovered my ticket about three-fourths of the way back toward the Orangerieschloss. I really only had one major building to see, so I had decided that I would just pay the single entry price if I ...

12 Hours in Berlin

A travel blog entry by trickerz on Sep 21, 2010

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... they were just throwing babies into the mass graves still alive. It's amazing that people are capable of such things. I read on the wall about when they stopped using Jews to do labor and started using other people and thought about my grandparents and how they could have easily been killed had things gone on much longer. I don't know the story, but I assume that's when they were taken to work in the factories. Maybe my father can fill that part in. So, after starting ...

Potsdam

A travel blog entry by jongoestoeurope on Mar 28, 2010

The last day in Germany we visited the cities of Potsdam and Dresden. Potsdam is the location of the Potsdam conference that took place July 17 to August 2, 1945. The conference included names such as Harry Truman, Josef Stalin, and Winston Churchill. It was left up to these three to decide how they would unify Germany with the rest ...