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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... boulevard at the heart of historic Berlin & thought to be the grandest street in the city. We passed many major sites but the highlight was the Brandenburg Gate and the beautiful Reichstag. This building, now the German Parliment, mixes the grandeur of old-world architecture with a modern glass dome that sits on top of it. It is quite stunning to see lit-up & glowing at night.
We had no dinner reservations tonight, ...
... we explore the Red Bull World Exhibit. There were planes, race cars, motorcycles and the astronaut suit belonging to Austrian Felix Baumgartener - the first man to set the world record for sky diving, an estimated 39km. We were then escorted upstairs to the ultra-modern restaurant. Jared went for the suggested menu of 10 courses but I wanted a slightly lighter menu & they accommodated me with ...
... was keen to follow the latest fashion. He spent a lot of money in othes. He wanted to have "everything that is good, genuine, and handsome". Just replace "Mozart" with "Joseph" and it describes one of my favorites. The similarities didn't stop at fashion, the way in which the relationship between Mozart and his mother was described reminded me of my own dear mother and Joseph. Mozart's poor mother had a lot to deal with with such a prodigy ...
... water features which were designed to amuse (some might say torment) his guests. And what played in the background as we watched the entertaining scenes unfold...duh, MOZART! And since foregoing real food for dessert was such a big hit yesterday, I introduced the group to a dish I had remembered having here 40 years ago...Salzburger Nockerl (pictured) ... clouds of ethereally-light sweetened egg whites with a whisper of lemon, topped ...
... in Brisbane. It was nice to go somewhere that had a menu we familiar with, even if the prices in Luxembourg were significantly higher than other countries we had visited. Funnily enough though, fuel is very cheap in this country. Go figure.
Aside from that, all we really did in Luxembourg was sleep. So the next morning, we were once again on our merry way. We were heading toward Dunkirk, intent on making a desperate evacuation to England, a la 1940 all over again. But on ...