Hotel Maerkischer Hof

Address: Poststrasse 8, Luckenwalde, Brandenburg, 14943, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Poststrasse 8, Luckenwalde.
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Travel Blogs from Luckenwalde

Visiting museum island - museuminsel

A travel blog entry by rskil on Jun 09, 2015

... s and the Christian and Jewish groups living with them. I had not realised the extent of trade and influence with China. There was a beautiful pray niche and ceramics, plus beautiful paintings from India. We spent quiet some tome time in this museum. Next we went to the Neues museum, we refuelled here with a much needed coffee and cake! this museum was badly damaged during the war and many, many artefacts were lost. You could see the paintings ...

Nefertiti at last

A travel blog entry by constance20 on Sep 16, 2014

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... museums here such as the Altes (old) and the Pergamon. Of those two we only visited the latter, two major museums in one day we thought was more than enough to take in. As you can see Nefertiti fared better than her husband Pharoah Akhenaten. Her good eye is inlaid with crystal and the pupil is held in place with beeswax. It never ceases to amaze me how the beautiful colours used by the ancient Egyptians have survived to this day. Germany has an ...

Attended a Berlin school to talk with teacher...

A travel blog entry by vpritchard on Jul 18, 2014

... teachers, including the ones with our tour group, began to speak. It was a very good session. Educating people on differences seems to be the most suggested way to mend the gap!

There were many stories told, and I enjoyed them. I hope that the gap between the different cultures can be bridged! We have to teach our children tolerance! We have to be accepting of others. We all live in this world together! It is a BIG world, and there is room for ...

Our first tour around Berlin.

A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 06, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... Frederick. It was impressive but restrained as palaces go. Most interesting was the fact that the Kaiser was not a conventional ruler of his time, declaring himself servant of the people. He also was a musician, poet and philosopher who married under duress and kept his wife an eight hour trip away. He was also a close friend of Voltaire, who lived st the palace for three years. There were no Christian ...

Nuremberg & Berlin: Nazi’s & the Future is N

A travel blog entry by travellingross on Oct 11, 2013

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... feels slow. Nuts.

Our vacation rental apartment in Berlin was fantastic! Exactly what I wanted and great location. No housekeepers to disturb you, no need to lock away your personal items everytime u went out, able to lay flat on a lounge and make breakfast in your own kitchen. 4 nights here was perfect. Wednesday 9 October was a real touristy day – Brandenburg Gate (heavily restored but an awesome global landmark), Holocaust Memorial (odd), stumbling across ...