Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg
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This morning we experienced what we are becoming accustomed to on tour. We peeled our eyes open at the sound of the alarm, we rose from the bed, carefully dressed for the day, packed the suitcases, forced the zippers closed on the suitcases, headed down to breakfast, ate breakfast, went back the the room to grab the suitcases, boarded the bus and …
With the suitcases packed, we have a little farewell BBQ organised and tomorrow its off to Frankfurt Airport for a long flight to Shanghai and off to Hong Kong. I have started a new blog for the trip. Check it out!
http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/danielpinno/4/1393867674/tpod.ht ...
... out some interesting facts. Here are your Did You Knows...
1. Most Expensive Photo in the World: Rhein II by Andreas Gursky - $4.3 million sold 2011
2. Most Expensive Musical Instrument: 1707 Hammer Violin by Antonio Stradivari - $3.544 million sold 2006
3. Largest Musical Instrument: 1932 Boardwalk Hall Auditorium ...
... we thought for sure it wasn't it.
Cards Against Humanity... Take it with a grain of salt and hope to god that nobody is easily offended, or this certainly is not the game for them.. A card game where the objective is to 'answer' a question from the dealer with a card from their own hand, aiming to provide the most funny, awkward and inappropriate combination to win the round. Surely an interesting game to play with new friends as you test the boundaries ...
... Germans remember their dead. Of course, had Germany won the war it wouldn't be such a tricky topic. But after all dead soldiers, even if they were German, were the sons, brothers, fathers and uncles of many families so they still deserve to be treated with respect. For me the place was quite peaceful even though the trees had grown up to obscur the view over the plains.
Steffie and I decided to walk back through ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLeonardo Hotel Heidelberg
I was charged 89 Euro for a double-bed room, had to pay for extra money for WIFI, no breakfast, not in the town centre.
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