Zum Goldenen Stern

Markt 14, Jueterbog, Brandenburg, 14913, Germany | Hotel
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    Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... Next is was to home wears stores and the like for a good dose of retail therapy. We took on the mantra to 'buy it now' as you always think you can buy it later in the trip, but experience tells us you can never find the same thing again. So we purchased some rather interesting items. Home to Wenckes flat to a cold cut Buffett that a neighbours son had out on for us. We meet my fathers, sisters, 1st son Holga and had an hour chat, before the yawning got in the ...

    Berlin's market place

    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 30, 2013

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... contrasts. Andreas spots a Christmas decoration shop across the road and Marg and Carmen head over to look. This is one of the few shops open on Sunday.the shop is amazing with two floors of toys and Christmas cheer. We actually could not resist buying a few things, having made our purchases we and outside we head back in the direction of the car. We go through modern business and retails buildings one had an aviary in the centre court, most of the birds in the cages ...


    A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 28, 2013

    23 photos

    ... The buildings were tall with shops around the ground floor and surrounded a central courtyard which usually had a garden in the middle and shops and cafes were surrounded the garden inside. This was also the area of the main synagogue which very large and impressive with a golden dome. It also had one of the first Jewish school in the area. On the walkway there were brass plaques which were place to commemorate the ...

    12 Hours in Berlin

    A travel blog entry by trickerz on Sep 21, 2010

    62 photos

    ... the street the Gate is on has a TON of museums. Now I know what people were talking about when saying you'd need at least a week to see everything. I took pictures of from the outside while I waited for everything to open at 10. Oh, and to you west coast people, even Berlin has a Dunkin Donuts. Went to the Holocaust Memorial first. It's difficult to hold back tears reading and listening to the stories. One 12yo girl wrote to her mother saying that she was going to be ...

    Brandenburg Gates times 2

    A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jun 12, 2009

    ... take a hop on off bus helped us see the sights and get a view of the unification . What stuck us was the immense amount of rebuilding that has happened and was still happening. We have never seen so many cranes in one place ever. The beautiful wide avenues of the east side are now rebuilt and the no mans land areas are wide parks and rebuilt with massive new buildings. We found a top little museum of GDR motorcycles (MZ's) and Travant cars on the former east side ...