- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Heated pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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So the last 10 days can be summed up with chilling with Brett and his grad friends. In honor of our nerdy home city of Seattle, Brett and i played a ton of Netrunner and watch Bleach, my first anime. Highlights are going to a Bach choir performance at a gorgeous church. Aaand I'm just going to up load the three pictures i took and then write an entry about ...
... snagging a coke light (it's not diet coke here) and a coffee at the train station we took the 5pm train home. We had spent just about 6 hours exploring the city of Leipzig, and the hour plus train ride home was a welcome break for our legs and feet. After arriving back in Berlin we decided to grab dinner on the way back to the hotel. We used the subway to make it to a sushi spot Jonathan had found while searching for restaurants. It was ...
Leipzig was lovely. We were only there for three days, but it was worth stopping at on the way to Berlin, which is just about an hour away from Leipzig.
Leipzig is an historic city because most of the peaceful protests took place there during 1989 that led to the Berlin Wall being taken down. "We are the people!" is ...
Trains from 9am-5pm to get to the other side of Germany. Loooong trip via Frankfurt and Cologne, but it was very interesting to see the countryside. It was Beautiful through the Rhine Valley. Castles galore! Grape vines, barges and little villages/old houses. And now... WE ARE STAYING IN A CASTLE FOR THREE NIGHTS! It's very ...
... to Thomaskirche for an organ concert, I passed the Markt and watched part of the Christopher Street Day parade. It was small in comparison to those that I had seen in Chicago, New York, San Francisco and even Indianapolis. Thomaskirche is quite historic as it served as the site for the founding of the Universitšt Leipzig in 1409 and the place where Martin Luther preached in 1539. The concert was well attended, although there was an entry fee—somewhat unusual for most ...