Leonardo Hotel Heidelberg City Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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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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The sun was still following me. :-) It was a really gorgeous day, perfect temperature!!! The percentage of ppl who spoke English here was a significant drop compare to the Netherlands. I struggled a bit when I was trying to figure out my direction to the town centre from my hotel... The bus signs were confusing, couldn't find people to ask, was …
... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison _of_American_and_British_English#Miscel laneous_grammatical_differences
There are a lot of tributaries that flow into the Neckar as well. The one at Neckargemünd is called the Elsenz and I guess the "gemünd" part of the name comes from river mouth (Flussmündung). Any idea what the name of the creek is that joins the Neckar at Neckarsteinach? That's right sports fans ...
... and one of the most important Renaissance style structures to be found anywhere north of the Alps. The castle has only been partly rebuilt since its destruction in the 17th and 18th centuries and there is very little to see in the inside rooms which have been reconstructed. The castle is owned by the Federal state as they are the successors of the Princes. The first written mention of Heidelberg was in 1196 and the first mention of a fort, which ...
... Around the river bend, the Reißinsel is closed off from March to the end of June so that the local birds can breed. The Germans even have to organise their nature!
It sort of reminded me of the wildly expensive photograph by Andreas Gursky called Rhein II, which was photoshopped to hell to make it technically perfect, but in my opinion completely boring.
... all true (generalisations rarely are) many of the facts were.
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You really can't generalise things because you always have to make exceptions. I mean we don't even have an elevator or key cards! We usually have a policy of not calling guests if ...