Landhotel Heidepark

Address: Trebbiner Str.19, Trebbin, Brandenburg, 14959, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Trebbiner Str.19, Trebbin.
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Travel Blogs from Trebbin

Bicycles and broken arms

A travel blog entry by kenandcathy on Aug 15, 2015

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... a friend had recommended to him which was quite a way out of town, and we went with him as far as the Berlin Wall mural. I loved this part of our time in Berlin, the funky wall art, all with such history and meaning, was fantastic. Although I was disappointed to see some of it has been completely covered with modern day graffiti ( I appreciate the irony) which in some cases has spoilt the original work, in my opinion anyway!

Jab abandoned us again the ...

Cool Berlin yay!

A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Jul 08, 2015

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... queue there today which we could not be bothered doing. Had an interesting lunch beside the river at the Neue Museum.Cold cucumber soup with red and yellow peppers finely sliced and Dale had weisswurst (white sausage) with a sweet seeded mustard.Both good to try and we shared.2 beers went well with it.A talented musician serenaded us with an alto clarinet and all was well with the world.Passed the university ...


A travel blog entry by craftyannie on May 07, 2015

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... at the hostel about a laundromat so we trekked off to the one he recommended. He said it was pretty nice plus they had a little coffee shop so refreshments were available while you waited. OK. True enough if you didn't mind the tangled mess of electrical wires hanging from the ceiling, luckily far enough from any water sources so that electrocution shouldn't be an issue. Or the little Elton John wannabe caretaker bustling about in his jeans, stripped slightly ...

Johann Sebastien, Adolf, and Charlie

A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 19, 2014

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... conjuring up my own fantasy of how life might have been back whenever. Berlin is a bit different, though. Although its iconic Brandenburg Tor (Gate) has witnessed plenty of change through the ages, its biggest role in history is, of course, not so long ago, and this history is dense and complex. The events of that recent history have left few examples of dreamy old buildings to wander around, and much of what is visible of the Nazi and Cold War ...


A travel blog entry by ctcanada on Oct 02, 2014

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... next level up from the viewing platform. It was great to go round and see the sights from 207 m up. Ended up going round twice by the time we had had dinner and drinks. Most enjoyable. Walked home which gave a chance to sober up a bit. Wednesday 1st October Walked the short distance along our road to Potsdamer Plaza, a three storey shopping extravaganza. The area was bare during divided Berlin as the wall was here and it was part of the death zone. The buildings went up in the 1990's ...