Leonardo Hotel Berlin
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... and almost missed our connecting train only just jumping on. We arrived in Kraków at 5ish in pitch black. We bought our tickets to Budapest in advance and had to walk through a huge shopping centre to get out at which point dragging a 30kg suitcase behind me became too much so I bought a 4 wheeler to save my arms, and put my existing suitcase inside. It was genius until I got outside and was confronted with stairs, cobblestone paths and ...
... is the official language or as is the case in Scandinavian countries the "unofficial" language. Luckily the look on either Bree's face or mine caused the driver to smile and switch to English for our benefit and we relaxed a little, confident that we could at least make it to our hotel without needing our German phrasebook. We arrived at the hotel confident that we were far too early to check in but it never hurts to check and worst case we ...
... wall. This one looked a little more beat up. We stopped for a break then headed over to see Checkpoint Charlie, just one of the three crossings in the wall where the Americans would control the movement of people from one side of the wall to the other. Today they have a mock building and actors in American army uniforms to give tourists an idea of how it used to look like. But it was interesting to hear how WWIII almost started there with a tank face-off. ...
... whoever is in the room. So that's what he did and then the whole thing erupted. Fight at the office for foreigners! No it wasn't that bad, just a bit of shouting. No punches thrown thankfully. We sat at the back of the waiting room. No tried to ignore it all. Paul's number was shortly afterwards called and he was in and out within a matter of 2 minutes. The lady had already approved it and stamped the visa into his passport. Wow that was a lot quicker ...
By Paul "We'll the S-Bahn's connected to the U-Bahn. The U-Bahn's connected to the S-Bahn....." I think that pretty much sums up Berlin. There are trains that go in every direction. You get off one line to find another 1 above you that takes you in another direction. This was fascinating, cool, and alot of the time very very tiring. I think we spent much of the ...