Lindner Congress Hotel
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... themed accommodation areas, massive waterslides and numerous other
activities. It is the largest building
we have seen and we thought it was impressive on the internet but then we saw
it in real life and it is hard to describe.
We spent a fun filled 5hrs here, it is quite amusing watching everyone
walking around in their swimming togs nice and warm and outside it is freezing,
it is funnier still watching everyone layering up before leaving.
... worth thinking about. In the end I bought two short trip tickets for three euros during breakfast. We ate at West Berlin cafe. We had a salmon quiche, an olive bread and a cappuccino. The man didn't want to heat up the bread for us which isn't too big of a deal for me. The bread texture was good but I didn't like olive very much. I finished that bread by myself since mom didn't like it. We took a picture with a bear nearby before ...
... There were some old bikes that we rode out in the back yard. It was funny watching everyone have a go. We went out to dinner to a place that had German food I had schnitzel followed by ice cream with cream and smarties. Some people were playing darts and I asked if I could watch them and they pulled a chair up for me. It was interesting to see that the scoring was all ...
Really enjoying this river cruise. We have met so many nice people. I think there are about 180 guests and we seem to know most of them by now. Most are retired profesionals but there are also a few teenagers and a few young couples. Mostly people are from the States, UK, Australia or Canada. One couple are in the suite that features in all the ads for Viking cruises and Stefan was disappointed that the balcony was not as big as it appears on the ads! However we cracked a couple ...
Today I took a day trip to Eisenhüttenstadt, a city that was developed in 1951-1961 (as Stalinstadt) around the East German steel factory Eisenhüttenkombinat Ost. Now that the factory is gone, there is a definite sense of absence, like mill towns in Massachusetts where the mill has closed, or towns in Western New York where the local factory has shut. It is also noticeable that there is a ...