Leonardo Hotel Berlin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of stone placed in a grid with varying ground levels which meant you disappeared entirely as you walked through and between them quietly contemplating the horror of what happened. The Brandenburg Gate is huge with a bronze sculpture of the winged goddess of Victory driving a chariot pulled by four horses on top. In Pariser Platz we came across this new mode of transport. The main pedaler had quite a job steering! So it was back 'home' with weary ...
... fat people sex without noticing Victoria. Not sure how I got out of there but eventually I wound up at our room, again having resisted the urge to put a hole through the passageway walls. Jack was outside on the wifi.
Jack informs me that I am wanted back in the room, Maddi has leant out of their window, seen Jack in our courtyard and told him that Victoria wants me in the room. Honestly, my head has never been closer to exploding, truly baffled and on the verge of ...
... are Vienna's version of Versailles. Yes, I am talking about the way-to-extravagant palace that ****** off all of the French peasants into revolting, starting the French Revolution, and decapitating the very lady who loved the palace so much: Marie Antoinette. This too was a way-to-extravagant palace but probably not as large and not as extravagant. (I wouldnt know how to really compare the two because I have never been to Versailles but this is just what I am hearing, ok?) ...
Home to a very popular festival known as Oktoberfest, Germany showed to be much more than a beer-drinking nation. With rich culture, vibrant nightlife and amazing pork knuckles, Berlin was another city that did not fail to reach expectations.
One of the many amazing sites in Berlin is the Berlin Wall. This barrier was constructed in 1961 and completely cut off West and East Berlin. This wall included towers placed along the walls which guarded no ...
... tradition of Gluhwien (hot mulled red wine).... So Treen waltzed up the counter and in her best German "zwei Rot Gluhwein bitte." It is so hot and sweet to the taste and probably not the smartest idea on an empty stomach! I can see why Treen's Dad warned us against having too many. Fritz 101 became our dinner spot. We were greeted by the waiter in English and shown to our table. Our Kellnerin (waitress) was so busy that she just dropped the menus (all in ...