Lindner Congress Hotel
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Now picture this……. It is a cold and rainy 5° with a wind-chill
factor of about 0° so how should one spend the afternoon? Swimming of course. Now before you think we have lost our minds
we came across an indoor swimming, no indoor island resort to get out of the
cold and warm up. Now this is no
ordinary indoor centre, you need to picture a fully enclosed dome that can fit
9 full size ...
... 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 ...
... they are not poisonous. After the 3 hour boat ride we went into the town and had an ice cream before setting back to the holiday house. When we got back we went out on the boat and it was really hard to paddle because of all the slimy green weeds and the water smelt worse than cow manure. There was an apple tree and a grape vine on the property and so we had fresh grapes ...
... more than in the UK
Marksberg castle just outside Koblenz is 800 years old and has never been conquered or destroyed. It is therefore a rare example of a complete medieval castle with all its original features. It is quite a walk up to the castle over uneven ground so good walking shoes are required. Inside there are multiple rooms showing how people lived in the middle ages with a kitchen, bedroom, dining room, wine cellar and even a torture room. As usual the guide who took ...
... residents of the former GDR? I really enjoyed walking around the town, which is divided into the old town (formerly its own village, before the GDR-era construction) and the planned part of the city. The planned part had some neat characteristics of socialist cities: a clear city center, lots of green space, and a centrally located school (and Kindergarten). Also, an amazing mosaic by artist Walter ...