Leonardo Hotel Karlsruhe
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our long weekend ended in Heidelberg which is one of our favorite cities so far. After finding our hotel and parking about a half mile away, we stopped for lunch at Cafe Romantic. As it turns out, it wasn't very romantic at all and left disappointed, but we moved on to the bridge and then the castle. We found the funicular train which took us to the caste and explored the castle ...
Steffie and I had trouble deciding what to do on Sunday, but when we saw that we had good weather and blue skies, we definitely weren't staying at home. So Steffie came up with the idea of going to the zoo in Heidelberg. I hadn't really though about going there because Steffie always said that it's so small and under renovation, but she wanted to take her nephew along so off we went!
The zoo is only 80 years old and is in ...
My mum, a friend of her and I took a day tour to visit the Christmas markets in Heidelberg and to hopefully have nice weather for some pictures.
I remember that I visited Heidelberg some years ago in summer and that I did not like it as it was so full of tourists.
It is funny how sometimes when you think of a place you are full of joy and sometimes you just do not like a place at all.
I guess Heidelberg is a mixture.
... of tips about Oktoberfest. Talked about some towns we have been to and also property in Germany. It was really nice.
Once she had finished we closed up and when to the best Chinese place in town and met up with her partner. Dinner was good. We were stuffed.
They took us next to an awesome little hipster bar where we had a few drinks before heading back to the hostel.
Wednesday 24th September 2014
... in Worms. The interior renovations weren't great and the modern concrete look doesn't do it justice.
The pyramid was interesting as it was erected on the site of an old church years after the great man's death. It actually suits the city given the sort of Freemason theme that the whole place has. The city's nickname is actually 'the fan city' because the streets radiate outwards from the Schloss and is a mixture of triangles, lines and circles. ...