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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... some pickled gherkins and special schmaltz bread which is like fat on bread. We then went a bit further before stopping for lunch at a place called Lubbenau and have a look about for an hour. I found some chestnuts but they weren't too good so I left them behind. Whilst going along on the boat I spotted a fish and then I couldn't believe it but I saw a water snake. No ...

An original castle

A travel blog entry by tizwoz on Jul 30, 2014

2 comments, 17 photos

... of champagne with them before dinner.
The next day we spent the morning doing scenic cruising down the Rhine. It was windy and rainy initially but the weather gradually cheered up by the time we reached Koblenz after lunch. I have never seen so many castles perched on hills above the little villages. Germany is far more picturesque than I ever imagined and they have so many more original medieval buildings than in England. Apparently there are 25000 castles in Germany which seems ...


A travel blog entry by unajean on Apr 29, 2014

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... fabulous bus drivers got us there without incident. It was a very steep climb the rest of the way but worth every step! We had an excellent tour with the lady with the key and enjoyed seeing this well preserved castle. We had excellent access to the various rooms which although structurally intact, have been furnished with replica typical furnishings. Extremely difficult footing on the cobblestones primarily made of slate. The slate roof tiles ...


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 ...