Tryp Cottbus

Address: Am Seegraben, Cottbus, Brandenburg, 03058, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cottbus

Green and Palace (2nd Day around Berlin)

A travel blog entry by astre on Oct 07, 2014

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... and I told the cashier so the cashier called the manager. I told him what we ordered and our bill was corrected to 18 euros. We went to the Berlin shop next store to look around. Then we went back to the tram station. We probably stood for five minutes and nothing came. Then a young German guy not speaking great English pointed to the announcement panel and told us that there was a strike and we needed to take other forms ...


A travel blog entry by minecrafter on Sep 20, 2014

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... There were some old bikes that we rode out in the back yard. It was funny watching everyone have a go. We went out to dinner to a place that had German food I had schnitzel followed by ice cream with cream and smarties. Some people were playing darts and I asked if I could watch them and they pulled a chair up for me. It was interesting to see that the scoring was all ...

An original castle

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jul 30, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... more than in the UK
Marksberg castle just outside Koblenz is 800 years old and has never been conquered or destroyed. It is therefore a rare example of a complete medieval castle with all its original features. It is quite a walk up to the castle over uneven ground so good walking shoes are required. Inside there are multiple rooms showing how people lived in the middle ages with a kitchen, bedroom, dining room, wine cellar and even a torture room. As usual the guide who took ...


A travel blog entry by unajean on Apr 29, 2014

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We had an uneventful cruise throughout the night to Koblenz. Awoke to overcast skies and showers. After breakfast we broke into six groups for our tour of Marksburg Castle, the best preserved castle on the Rhine. In 800 years of change and turmoil, the castle has not been significantly blemished primarily because of its location atop a steep isolated hill on a bend in the river. The bus trip up is somewhat harrowing on the narrow winding road, ...


A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 10, 2014

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... man started talking to us about his life. He and his family were evicted from their farm when he was a child. He spoke of the atrocities of both Germans and Russians. He emigrated to Minnesota and now has grandchildren in Poland and the US. He was heavyweight champion of Poland in 1957 but missed the 1960 Olympics when he emigrated. We travelled through Widowice, the birthplace of John Paul II on the way to Zakopane. At Krakow we will be about 300k from the Ukrainian ...