Pension Schwalbenweg

Address: Schwalbenweg 7, Schonefeld, Brandenburg, 12529, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Schwalbenweg 7, Schonefeld, is near Mueggelsee.
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      The Real Berlin

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... Berlin. (Google it - it's really popular). It looks at the sub-culture of the city. This was a great contrast to yesterday's brilliant, more traditional, historical tour. The whole focus of 'sub-culture', 'counter-culture' and the 'real Berlin' is it focused on the people. The protesters, the artists who flooded what was once East Berlin, the story of the graffiti (or street art) and true stories of individuals who lived in the city during the war ...

      Last day in Berlin.

      A travel blog entry by eddy.holman on Sep 17, 2014

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      Today is our last day in Berlin before travelling home. Shaping up to be a packing, rest up for the 26 hours flying, last minute shopping and spending time with Simon. Yesterday Simon and I took a trip to Autostadt Wolfsburg, the headquarters and factory for Volkswagen. A very interesting place and well set up for visitors. Unfortunately the English tour did not start until 2:00pm, the time we had book our train back to Berlin. Wolfsburg is an hour and a half from Berlin by ...

      Another very full day in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by yaffa on Aug 03, 2014

      ... were left - the sick, handicapped all the other prisoners were taken on the infamous death march towards the Baltic Sea Between 1945-50 the soviets used this camp for their own prisoners with probably the same atrocities as the Germans and then in 1993 the camp was opened as a memorial and museum. It was a very long hard and hot day but was defiantly a day we will remember. From here we got back to station and caught all our connections back to hackeresher market station and ...

      Beginning of the End

      A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 09, 2014

      15 photos

      ... be really good. I certainly felt "brainwashed" as we went to so many memorials, places, and historical sites. We first started out at a special memorial in Berlin that honors the only known protest to the Nazi regime. It happened when half Jewish families were about to be deported, first men then women. The women staged a long protest and managed to free the men because the Nazis didn't want any embarrassing stories. We then biked our way to the former ...

      Day 17: Berlin, Germany

      A travel blog entry by bizzbopbaribeds on Sep 26, 2013

      1 comment, 44 photos

      Some interesting observations about Europe to begin our day: 1. It seems that all of Europe is under construction. 2. Bike are much more prevalent here. There are bike paths on sidewalks and streets, bikes are often a part if everyday traffic, and public transportation (trains, subways, busses) are very accommodating for bikes. 3. Europe is very dog friendly. They ...