Schloss Steinhoefel

Address: Schlossweg 4, Steinhoefel, Brandenburg, 15518, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Schlossweg 4, Steinhoefel.
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    Travel Blogs from Steinhoefel

    Day 214: To the airport!

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 19, 2014

    ... water. He was really nice however and each time we got chatting about India and some great places to go. I fell asleep at about midnight for 3 hours. I was well and truly asleep when the interior lights blasted on and breakfast was infront of me. I wasn't entirely hungry as I had only eaten dinner three hours prior and was half asleep, but I didn't say no. We had fruit salad, bread with jam and honey and some tea. It was nice. One hour later we landed at Dehli airport. Hello ...

    Day 204: a day of recovery

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Feb 09, 2014

    Wow I didn't think I drank that much or danced that much. My body hurts! Today was a recovery day. Can't say we did much besides sleep and watch all three 'diary of a wimpy kid' movies. We also devoured mustard tofu wraps and baked potatoes. Such an interesting life we ...

    Day 14.. Vegan times in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jul 30, 2013


    ... the parks there were table tennis tables as permanent structures, lots of street art, abandoned buildings.. So much character! We then we walked into kreutsberg to an all organic supermarket called LPG. It was fantastic, so big and everything was fair trade and organic.. A really great place to shop for fresh fruit and Veges and for vegan food.. There is an entire section for vegan sausages!! Heaven haha After the supermarket adventure, Paul and I strolled back to ...

    Day 8... Karl Marx Allee

    A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jul 24, 2013

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    ... room! Hahaha We have since decided, particularly after the kind donation from my friends, that we might take this one back to the shop.. It's just a bit too big for us. Our friends here have kindly donated/ lent us their 2 small dome tent which will actually be perfect and we can save a bit of cash. After the long walk, we had a refreshing drink at a roadside bar along Karl Marx Allee (pineapple and mint frappe) we ventured home - this time via the ...

    Deutches Essen ist fantaasstisch.

    A travel blog entry by adriennes on Sep 14, 2010

    1 comment, 27 photos

    Tuesday 14/9/10, 11:19pm, Lieske family kitchen.

    Didn't get a chance to write about yesterday so I'll do it now.

    Firstly went to the neighbour's place to speak with him a bit. His name is Lota - the retired English teacher. It was pretty weird for me but it was interesting to see inside the house and to speak with him in normal conversational english and to talk about the language/s with someone who understands both. Also apparently ...