Ringhotel Landhaus Haveltreff Schwielowsee

Address: Weinbergstrasse 4, Schwielowsee, Brandenburg, 14548, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Weinbergstrasse 4, Schwielowsee, is near Sanssouci Park, Neuer Garten, Park Babelsberg, and Charlottenhof Castle.
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        Travel Blogs from Schwielowsee


        A travel blog entry by eddiemcmillan on Oct 02, 2015

        ... However for five years following this the soviets actually used it for nazi prisoners. It was quite eye opening to see the living conditions there and hearing about the things they had to go through and the ruthlessness of the nazis. For example every single day they had to get up at 4.15am, wash, get dressed and eat their sawdust bread before meeting for roll call at 5am. This would take up to 2 hours every day - even in the middle of winter. They then ...

        Last day in Germany :(

        A travel blog entry by k_thryn on Aug 07, 2015

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        Last night we went out for dinner with some Swiss guys that we had met in Prague. We had Lebanese food which was alright, but not as good as what I've grown up with! After that we just went around to different restaurants and enjoyed their drink specials. I had a few different German beers and a Long Island iced tea. At one of the restaurants we played a card game (called president, ********, donkey or other depending ...

        Potsdam & Berlin

        A travel blog entry by jennyvan on Jul 07, 2015

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        ... 55000 people inside. The leader of the bunker would not surrender, so he instead shot himself when it was clear he could not win. After the war, all three court ores wanted to blow up their bunkers, but French had to be careful as they couldn't touch the railways which were still owned by the Russians. As a result, they blew up the half that was furthest away from the railway lines and used the rubble to built around the remaining fortress so it was not very ...

        10th – 16th April 2015, Poland and Germany

        A travel blog entry by sam.wilson on Apr 26, 2015

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        ... before we miss
        our chance. It is slim pickings by this time, and we have to settle for a
        slightly seedy little restaurant where most of the menu is unavailable. After
        dinner, against better judgement, we head back to Hubert’s bar where he begins
        pouring local vodkas and things get a little messy. We spend the rest of the
        evening with Hubert and his girlfriend Kinga before stumbling to bed in the
        early hours. The next day, after an unrestful ...

        Johann Sebastien, Adolf, and Charlie

        A travel blog entry by fishtails04 on Dec 19, 2014

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        ... which I have forgotten, but it was an observation which made sense to me in my very brief experience here, that this is a city looking forwards, moving on, with all the energy and flexibility that demands.

        This may be my longest and most garbled blog post ever! I understand if you gave up and didn't get this far! But Berlin is, as I said, a city with a great complexity, and trying to write it all down is partly my way ...