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

Berlin and Potsdam, split personalities

A travel blog entry by travelingmom on Feb 11, 2014

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... still consider themselves either Easterners or Westerners. Most of Berlin was obliterated by the allies during WWII, some buildings have been rebuilt, some left as they were--partially bombed--as reminders, and a modern city of skyscrapers filled in the rest. When crossing to what was the Eastern or Soviet Sector, there remains a slightly different feel to the city, with more buildings having survived the war, as well ...

Driving to Berlin

A travel blog entry by sandemac on Oct 03, 2013

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We all enjoyed our stay at Beilstein. We got organised early, packed the car and went to breakfast at 8am. We have been travelling to Berlin on several different autobahns. The speed limit varies from 80 to 130klms. The cars fly pass on the outside lane. The trip from Beilstein to Berlin is 650 klm and has taken 7 hours so far with another 70 Kim's to go. We have arrived in Berlin safely after a few stop starts on ...

Day 63 -- I'm APT to Get Anything

A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 28, 2010

... was writing the Revolutionary War Drill Manual. He was also the person for which Steuben County, Indiana was named.
A very light drizzle fell on and off during the entire afternoon. Once it was late afternoon, I decided it was time to head to my lodging facility. There were several areas in Potsdam where there were cobblestone streets and sidewalks, so I also wanted to reduce walking there as much as possible. When I arrived at my accommodations for the next two ...

Potsdam, city of kings

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

1 comment, 12 photos

... where political prisoners were exchanged between East and West. There is no remnant of the wall anymore in the Potsdam or Berlin area, except for the small memorial piece still standing in Berlin. The temperature was still very warm and after dark we continued walking near the river and new theater. The theater is of a contemporary design like a half-open clamshell with a soaring red roof that in evening light looks like red velvet. We then ...


A travel blog entry by ally9805 on Jun 30, 2010

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So we leave Sachsenhausen and go back over to the train station. After being told there was no train to get us to get to Potsdam by another friendly German (that is sarcasm and I don't mean to say all German's lie to tourist, because I know the don't, but that has been my experience on this trip) we find a train that gets us there. I didn't think I had it in me, but dad is encouraging me to keep ...