Leonardo Hotel Berlin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Woke early, packed dined for breakfast & were sitting at train station 2 1/2 hours early in true Westbury fashion. Kevin went searching for geocaches and found two. The train ride was very long 6 1/2 hours to get to Berlin. First class was **** no WiFi, no power to charge device & grumpy conductor who told us we would be heavily fined for riding …
... massive city of Berlin. We first headed to Alexanderplatz to have lunch at the Weihnachtsmarkt (German Christmas Market). There i tried my first beer from Berlin - Berliner Pilsner which was absolutely delicious. Then we headed to the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) where of course we took many mandatory selfies and group pictures. Afterwards we walked around the vicinity of the Reichstag and the Holocaust memorial. When the night fell, we headed back to the hostel ...
... of our dinner before falling into bed. An awesome night and the perfect way to finish off the summer! I knew I would pay for it the next a day though which is exactly what happened! Wh had to be out of the hostel by 11am and it was mega struggle street! We managed to get out on time and were able to leave our bags behind so we went to find a kebab shop as we had heard we had to have a kebab while in Berlin. We slowly ate our kebabs then lay in the park for an hour or ...
... and the Soviets decided they wanted all of Berlin, so as the allies had only been guaranteed three air paths into West Berlin, and no roads, they erected a barbed wire fence around West Berlin in one night using thousands of soldiers, and blocked the roads off by saying they needed repairs. This was in the hope that the Allies would give up on West Berlin as it was too hard to get any supplies in, but he Allies then flew planes with supplies into West Berlin for months, to ensure ...
... Our first stopover was in London. Whilst landing, I could see Big Ben and the Eye of London. We spent the night in Berlin. The airport closes at night so wouldn't rest there. Carla and I went to a hotel instead and learnt that you have to unlock German doors "with ...