Park Inn by Radisson Berlin City West
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Our drive from Kraków to Dresden didn't start very well. We were in stand still traffic for a hour all because of road work. The rest of the drive was uneventful. The weather was still uncertain. Once again I missed the Poland and German border. We spent most of the day driving. Gary and Mick had a few little problems taking our hired car back to Avis but eventually things were sorted out. We had a late dinner in the hotel. Next morning we headed ...
... did others and when we got there it was at capacity with a long line up waiting to get in. They had thoughtfully provided a sprinkler so we cooled down and went to plan b: air conditioning. We ended up ad Ka De We Europe's largest department store and most expensive lunch. Dianne was wilted by this point and headed back for a nap while I explored the giant eight floor monstrosity. By the time I caught up with Dianne she ...
... you ever have the chance. How do you follow up a day tour like that? Well luckily after some down time at a coffee shop (Starbucks of course) we were able to end the day on a lighter note. That morning before the tour we stood in line and got a reservation to go up in the Bubble, at least that's what I called it. The actually name of the building is the Reichstag building and its used by the parliament. On top of the building is a huge dome that has a walking path ...
... biscuits but still a fairly British way to approach the afternoon) we headed off to enjoy the streets of York.
The old town portion of York that we explored was very charming but probably a bit bigger of a town than we had originally pictured. There were of course some great little streets that really reminded you of what it could have been like way back when, with old storefronts that would have served as the butcher, the baker and the candlestick maker ...
Everyone woke up early and Luci said we could watch TV for awhile. After that we got ready to go and for brunch and waited for Mum and Dad to arrive. They turned up at about 9:45 and we all headed back down the road to Next cafe.
At this cafe they have an awesome buffet brunch. We got a plate and then we could just keep helping ourselves to food. There were eggs, sausage, beans and hash browns - so me and Brigitte ...