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.
... walk that much. Initially I felt a tremor and couldn't walk fast. Our breakfast was 2 pieces of bread, one egg and a cappuccino shared between us. The view wasn't as pretty as I anticipated. We didn't see much river until we got to the restaurant in Lhede where we sat down for our luch. We sat in the open and the weather was nice. At first the restaurant was fully packed with elderly on boat tours. Later the crowd left. We used ...
We had a nice breakfast together and then went in a boat river ride on what is called SpreeWald. The river is like little canals and the boat bit like a Gondola. It was fun. I found a stick so I helped the guy paddling but then it broke. The boat was thin and long to go through the thin parts of the river which would be about 3 kids wide in some places. We stopped along the way ...
... of champagne with them before dinner.
The next day we spent the morning doing scenic cruising down the Rhine. It was windy and rainy initially but the weather gradually cheered up by the time we reached Koblenz after lunch. I have never seen so many castles perched on hills above the little villages. Germany is far more picturesque than I ever imagined and they have so many more original medieval buildings than in England. Apparently there are 25000 castles in Germany which seems ...
... to be two parallel stories being told. Some information was provided in English, which provided a socialist-positive introduction to every-day life in the GDR. The objects included in the collection, however, were identified only in German, and many items were not explained. Background knowledge of the GDR was really necessary to engage deeply with the exhibit. I wonder who is their typical ...