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 …
I was privileged to get to spend the whole day in Berlin with the Kürz family. We went to the Jewish Museum and visited Check Point Charlie. It's strange that as many times as I've been to Berlin I've never been there. I can finally mark that one off my list. Most importantly we had great fellowship and ended the day with a little prayer meeting ...
... flow of people to the West. And on Saturday, it's the 25th anniversary of this wall coming down. It was on November 9, 1989.
We visited the Wall Memorial, which wasn't too far from our hostel. Our neighborhood, Mitte, was in the E. German sector. At this memorial, there's a wonderful 2 -3 block exhibit with video installations (outside!), models, diagrams, maps, and explanations of what it was like to be in an apartment building that was on ...
... in several places, including here with Stephanie three years ago, so she told us it would be a great idea...and it was. Our guide was a darling girl from Wales...Sophie...absolutely fantastic. Then we went on and walked some more, taking in a local art market, the Museum Island, the Berlin Dom Cathedral, the TV Tower that is famous in Berlin (Fernseturm). There are literally hundreds of museums in Berlin, and what we learned today, among other things, is that most of the ...
... a few blocks of other colours arranged in abstract designs
inset into the blue. With the bright morning sunlight coming in through the blocks, the effect of the room was incredibly peaceful and serene. The sculpture of Christ at the alter was quite unlike any I’d seen before, and so exactly right for this church. There was absolutely nothing else in the room, and my minimalist spirit was lifted by this amazing place.