The Cottage Antik Hotel

Address: Dorfstrasse 15, Semlin, Brandenburg, 14712, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Dorfstrasse 15, Semlin.
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Travel Blogs from Semlin

What an Experience!

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny on May 27, 2015

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... our mixed marriage stories and how old traditions are slowly changing but need to change more.

We were then led downstairs where the school lobby had been transformed into an exhibit of the history of our Grandparent's Synagogue. There where some 30 framed photos, some art drawings, some plot drawings depicting the lot the Synagogue used to be on much like you would find in a title report, and in the center of the display was a scale model of ...

A Town on the Water

A travel blog entry by ronnyreeny on May 26, 2015

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... a Jewish Community Center. The Jews were completely obliterated during the war so the only real Jewish community now is made up of Russian immigrants, being made up of around 170 members. It was very surreal to walk through the property. Although, transformed from a home to a center with a large meeting room, offices etc., it still has a kitchen and bathroom in their original location. It appeared to originally be a 3 bedroom home with the kitchen, large ...

Havelberg to Tangermunde (42km) - Day 7

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 21, 2015

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A cold, clear, sunny morning meant cold fingers packing up. We were away by 8am onto quiet roads with more breeze than yesterday. The actual path goes on a big backward loop to Werben to look at this small very old town, but this adds about 10km, so instead we took quiet roads and paths to the ferry at Sandau. This is an interesting chain ferry where the chain lies along the river on metal rafts rather than directly across to the other bank, this must be because of the large ...

Wittenberge to Havelberg (39km) - Day 6

A travel blog entry by sydandval on May 20, 2015

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... 2015 festival taking place in the region which required a season ticket (60euro each!). After looking at the Alt Stadt area we decided that Havelberg, although looking nice from a distance, was disappointing up close. We trekked up a steep hill to the Netfo supermarket for groceries and then returned to camp. Dinner was pasta, goulash, chick peas with a cherry rice for dessert. By this time we were really tired and retired to bed at 9pm.
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Elberadweg - Day 4 - 7 Laurenburg to Havelberg

A travel blog entry by jenniferklm on Sep 18, 2014

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... in a peaceful revolution.Unification with West Germany took place the following year.The total number of deaths is disputed and may never be known, with official figures and some historians putting the number of people killed much lower, partly because of stricter criteria. AFP (news@thelocal.de)

We will ride 60km tomorrow to Tangermunde, another medieval town whose city center has remained unchanged for 500 hundred years.


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