Radisson Blu Sky Hotel
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Fantastic lounge at the top, floor 24.
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Do., 20.6.: Anreise zum Flughafen mit dem Bus. Ist tagsüber die beste Variante, nicht die Schnellste, aber die Günstigste. Die Fahrt dauert ca 40 min. Dann ruckzuck den Koffer am Drop-off Schalter los geworden. Bei Ralf im Büro noch etwas getrunken und dann ab zum Gate. SecurityCheck in A. Abflug A52, Boarding 12:30 Wechsel zu A60. …
... hurricane! There's velvet, wood, zebra skin on the wall, old lamps, crooked chairs, different rugs....it was great! To top it all off, Charles Aznavour was playing non-stop. It was a most pleasant and inviting coffee shop, the dessert and coffee were delicious but the chair was so uncomfortable. If I didn't have a plan for the evening, I would've ...
... pancake and a sweet pancake - and we both regretted this decision as the pancakes were enormous - neither of us could finish either of our plates even though the pancakes were delicious. Back at the hostel I was going to make a cup of tea, but then I spied the large teapot they have. Three cups of tea later and I may end up being awake for a while. Still I don't have to get up super early because tomorrow's ferry to Helsinki isn't until midday, and it gives me time to write the ...
... pickles out of. All in all the place had a ton of character and the pie and soup were really good.
By the time we were done with our city exploration it was around 4pm and we needed to return to the hostel to warm up a bit. We had some hot chocolate and planned out dinner. We also decided to make the walk to the bus station to see how far away from the hostel it was. Everyone kept telling us that we needed to take a taxi, but we like to walk, so we ...
... Square is something you'll find in any of the former communist countries. A big, usually empty square, which symbolizes the liberation of whichever country you are in. Its interesting but a mere two minute diversion.
"Wall" Cafe - I don't actually know the name of this place but it is a little cafe situated within some of the old town walls not far from the Kiek in de Kock Museum. Did a mean cup of gluhwein and a tasty ...