Landhotel Im Flaming

Address: Zum Reiterhof 1, Niemegk, Brandenburg, 14823, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Zum Reiterhof 1, Niemegk.
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Travel Blogs from Niemegk

Driving to Berlin

A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 03, 2013

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... We picked up the key from Lena's friend Thomas who lives around the corner. Berlin Is a little grungy with a lot of young people.we haven't seen many young people as the Mosel area was mostly retired folk. the apartment is interesting and a little funny to see in the flesh as we googled the street and the outside of the apartment and although they look similar the photos are a lot more classy.the apartment ...

Potsdam

A travel blog entry by dwhite3606 on Oct 17, 2010

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... was done in the 18th century by Frederick, King 0f Prussia. Today it is an upscale City filled with great shops, some of the nicest clothing shops and restaurants. Our time was spent divided between the Palaces and the City.

Sanssouci (the name means without cares or trouble)) is a magnificient example of Rococo architecture. The grounds are terraced with fountains which are ...

Day 63 -- I'm APT to Get Anything

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 28, 2010

After breakfast, I headed to the post office branch to send my package. All went according to plan, so hopefully, it will arrive safely. It was decidedly cool and a light drizzle was falling as I began my trip to Potsdam. I had sort of planned my route yesterday so that I would potentially avoid going thru Berlin. My GPS however, did take me through some of the city suburban areas. I’m glad that I wasn’t going the other direction (toward Berlin) because there was ...

Potsdam, city of kings

A travel blog entry by iris-linda on Jul 04, 2010

1 comment, 12 photos

... years ago another room was added to the house which gave Liebgard about 100 more sq. ft. and a new balcony, giving her a very comfortable flat filled with books and photos.

Later, about 6:30 pm, L. drove us in to Potsdam and we walked for a couple of hours around Babelsberg Park, looking at the castle and monuments and getting oriented to the layout of Potsdam. She showed us where the wall had once been and the Peace ...

Potsdam Shuffle

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 14, 2009

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... see, we went there first. A nice young man was at the gate to the park and explained that the park was free but they would like a donation to help in its upkeep. I don't mind doing that so we gave a few Euros and got a map. We asked where the Sans Souci palace was and he explained it was 2 kilometers into the park, back the way we had traveled by the train. Definitely going to do New Palace first.
Across from New Palace was a lot of construction on ...