Leonardo Hotel Berlin City Sud
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... the centre of Berlin. Following a bunch of tourists on the way took me to the Holocaust Memorial, which is only a block away from the Brandenburg Gate. I decided not to join the line for entry into the underground museum, this time, but instead thought I would just walk into the maze of blocks 2711 of them that represent just a few of the 6 million Jews-men, women and children senselessly murdered by the Nazis in WW2) ...
We knew today would be exactly that - sobering - with our day planned around a visit to Sachsenhausen, the closest concentration camp to Berlin. We had a fantastic tour guide, Pietro, from a non-profit tour group called Mosaic (highly recommended) who instructed us on some of the hows, whens, wheres and whys around the construction of both concentration camps and extermination camps during (and after) WWII.
He made a number of ...
... walked to the German History Museum. We met Chris and his friend Claudio there and arranged to meet them for dinner tonight. After spending an interesting couple of hours in the Museum we returned to Fredrickstrasse for late lunch in a cafe and then caught a 12 tram to Hackescher Markt where we will go for dinner tonight. Then we returned to the hotel for a rest. We will go back about 7 for dinner. A very nice dinner ended our first full day in Berlin. ...
Left hotel at 1015 and walked to train station for an hour ride into Munich. There was 15 in our group and tickets included tables booked, entry fee, 2 x steins of beer and 1/2 chook. Being a Tuesday it wasn't over crowded but still a colossal amount of people there. After having such a great time, we left Munich about 1800 for the train ride back to Schliersee. Craig n I got lost but our tour guide, Dimitri found us at the train ...
We are flying out to Berlin today and discover it takes sometimes 2 hrs to get to the airport via the Grand Canal and then bus so we don't have much time left. We are up for a nice, early walk around St Mark's Square, and past the smart hotels on the water front. The Bridge of Sighs joins the Doges Palace with the prison and is rumoured to be the last glimpse of land and the outside world for ...