Zum Goldenen Stern

Address: Markt 14, Jueterbog, Brandenburg, 14913, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Markt 14, Jueterbog.
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      Back in Time

      A travel blog entry by kooz on Jun 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... I are quite partial to Hasbro Gummi Bears which you can buy in Aldi in Australia. We bought a packet previously to nibble on a train trip and discovered the German ones to be 6 months fresher and Oh So Delicious. So 45 minutes later we leave the supermarket with 4 bags and $107 Euro worse off. The bags were full of lollies, biscuits and treats we remembered from our childhood and the trips to the train kiosk with Opa. We didn't think how we might get them home, that's a ...


      A travel blog entry by julieparker on Jun 28, 2013

      23 photos

      ... were tall squares with shops on the ground floor outside and a open central courtyard inside, which usually had a garden in the middle and was surrounded by more shops and cafes within the square. 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 ...

      Day 63 -- I'm APT to Get Anything

      A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 28, 2010

      ... was writing the Revolutionary War Drill Manual. He was also the person for which Steuben County, Indiana was named.
      A very light drizzle fell on and off during the entire afternoon. Once it was late afternoon, I decided it was time to head to my lodging facility. There were several areas in Potsdam where there were cobblestone streets and sidewalks, so I also wanted to reduce walking there as much as possible. When I arrived at my accommodations for the next two ...

      12 Hours in Berlin

      A travel blog entry by trickerz on Sep 21, 2010

      62 photos

      ... and western European. They had some cool stuff, but you can only look at old "junk" for so long. The really cool stuffs were the glyphs and parchments. Unfortunately the captions they had were only what they were from. Maybe if I had the audio tour, it'd be worth it, but I hate audio tours. Sadly, I recognized one of the songs in one of the rooms - The Butterfly. It's a Celtic song and I even have a version of it on my mp3 player. I would have taken more pics, but I ...


      A travel blog entry by dancejill on Jul 10, 2009

      26 photos

      ... we help them cover up their clothes. Then it stops and the sun is out and nice and warm.

      We visit the old gate to the city and the Dutch area, here, the houses are small red bricks, wooden shutters on the windows and different from the homes in the other areas of the town. We walk back down the pedestrian street towards their Brandenburg Gates and the tourist information centre.

      We make it to the information centre ...