Tryp Cottbus

Address: Am Seegraben, Cottbus, Brandenburg, 03058, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Am Seegraben, Cottbus.
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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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... menu to order a steamed fish (zanderfilet - 14.90 euros) and a cabbage wrapped pork (8.80 Euro). The pork tasted better. I didn't like the fish with bones.

It turned cloudy after lunch. We found our way back to Luebbenau center, and the straight road through the forest was completely empty. We hurried along because we needed to catch the train, and in the end we made it. We run along that post street, haha. Then we ...

Berlin-Brandenberg

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

... sort of wind up thing sorry cannot think of the name of the instrument. There was also an accordionist and after a few wines we were all singing along!
The staff on this cruise have all been very nice indeed. The food has been excellent at some meals and so so on others but the standard on the whole has been excellent. The Alsvin is a new ship so the standard of fittings is very good . Will certainly go on another river cruise as we cannot fault them for their organisation..

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Koblenz

A travel blog entry by unajean on Apr 29, 2014

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... in the river. Our Program Director, Tanya made a valiant effort at describing each castle and scenic view as we cruised one of the world's oldest and most cultural landscapes as recognized by UNESCO in 2002 when it was declared a World Heritage site. I cannot tell you how many castles and churches we spotted, there were that many! Another highlight at the deepest and very narrow part of the Rhine is the famous Lorelei Rock. Legend has it many ...

Auschwitz

A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 10, 2014

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... of the Nazis. The railway sidings, memorials, crematoriums and barracks were all there. Our guide Iwanka was typical of many Poles. She was quite unemotional and not at all smiley. Not that I blame her;she was working on a miserable day in a miserable place. One million people tour Auschwitz every year and based on the crowds there today I don't doubt it. After Auschwitz we went to a shopping centre for an hour for lunch. Peter O'Brien and I sat down in an eatery and and ...