Leonardo Hotel Berlin City Sud
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Wall and walked along the river into town. Had a tea at a place alongside the river which was cute. Headed back to the hostel and Gary arrived and Inga and Hayden came back from their walk as well. Once Gary was sorted we headed down the road for some Indian for dinner as we were all so starving! Shared some dishes between us and everyone got so full! Early night in ready for the next few ...
Today would be one of the longest days of driving on our trip, from Bacharach, Germany, to Berlin, Germany, about 6 hours.
Last night at the Kranenturm and all was well. The room was somewhat hot, but by morning we had to throw on the down comforters.
We dressed and had breakfast, spotting the family from Baltimore once more. After breakfast, Mark decided to start loading the car, but he was having trouble with the keyless fob and ...
... upon entry…we ended up paying for a fancy map when there were free basic copies right around the corner. Oh well! One big advantage to our fancy map though was that it listed off the 10 Must See items that the museum had on display so with that in hand we decided to check them off our list. While we may have contested a few of the items as truly “must see”, this did provide us with an excellent overview of the museum and we did have a chance to see ...
After being burned by the Nazis in 1936, bombed by the Allies during WWII, bordered by the Berlin Wall, rebuilt in the 60s, the Reichstag has finally been returned to its former 1894 glory as the seat of Germany's parliament, the Bundestag. We booked for a tour way back in June, so long ago that I almost got the time wrong! Everyone has to turn up 30 mins early, complete with photo ID, to go through all the security checks. While waiting we got talking to an ...
... and hamlet on the way had been visited. The trip home, however, was on the train. It was very new and swish and we expected great things of German efficiency. It happened that the train had a digital clock so we could time its departure. How's this for a big failure . . . it left 7 seconds late. That's seven whole seconds - hmmmm. To top that it arrived at Gommern (our station) 4 seconds early. Big hmmmmm! They could learn a thing or two from Sydney Rail e.g. 'on time' means ...