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

... where, but we took some photos to recreate the moment. We also wondered around to find the local lake where we spent lots of time in the past and visited the train station that Opa, Tanja and I would walk to on a daily basis to be gifted some lollies. As Opa had only 1 leg at that stage and used crutches to get around, we would catch the red double decker bus back to the flat, which was 2 stops away. Then Wencke took a wrong turn.... Well she stopped at a supermarket as ...


A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 28, 2013

23 photos

... The heart break it caused is staggering to think about. You can see from what remains today how deeply this action impacted the city.

From here we went to an area in the east and had curry wurst for lunch. This is bratwurst with a curry sauce and chips - very delicious. The area was also known as an artist area, but now they have moved on, although many galleries still remain and it also has a lot of small specialist shops. ...

A day in Berlin

A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 27, 2013

1 comment, 30 photos

... went to a brewery in Spandau which was also a restaurant. The brewery was a working boutique brewery making and selling beer, it also sells food. The food was typical German food, Marg had a pork knuckle and I had beer goulash.

After dinner, we went back to Carmen and Andreas's home and continued socialising in wonderful company.

Here I must say that the German people are so warm and welcoming that it makes one feel at home and ...

Day 63 -- I'm APT to Get Anything

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 28, 2010

... one that was modeled after St. Paul’s in London), the only remaining part of the old palace and an interesting monument. Less than 10 yards from where I parked, I saw a monument with a life-size bronze statue of a man. I walked up to it and read the inscription and it was for General von Steuben. He was a Prussian military soldier who later became a General in the Revolutionary War and served as George Washington’s Chief of Staff. One of his ...

12 Hours in Berlin

A travel blog entry by trickerz on Sep 21, 2010

62 photos

... bag and my batteries died. Not bad to make it 4 days without replacing them. They're also my original batteries that I used previously. The next was a little better since it was art. Art you don't need a caption, though it would be nice in some cases, especially when they're recaps of events you don't know about. I skipped all the portraits since they bore me. There were several paintings and sculptures that caught my eye, so I took pics of them. I like the way ...