Radisson Blu Senator Hotel, Lubeck
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We awoke to the sound of pouring rain. The threatening skies of the day before had burst open during the night. It looked like a long, wet day of travel ahead of us.
The plan for the day was to catch a train for a three day "excursion." During those three days, we planned to visit Lubeck, Cologne, and Aachen. This excursion would be …
... be leaving for another three and a half hours. Back out to the reception area, we took an elevator up to the 11th deck and to the ship’s bar, filled with Finnish and Russian truck drivers hastily going about ordering drink after drink.
We bought a bottle of South African Sauvignon Blanc, found an empty table, and toasted the completion of the Central Europe part of our trip. Next stop in a little over 30-hours, ...
... little alleyways. For places to see check out Marienkirche, the Buddenbrook House, Heiligengeist-Hospital and Cafe Niederegger. If you would like a birds eye view of Lubeck, check out St Peter church. Don't Miss: strolling the old town and a taste of ...
... not!!!!!!!!!! Anyway , it was a little frustrating but we got the gist. It is on the Elbe river and is a Unesco world heritage site. It is bigger than I thought and is quite busy, once again lovely little cobblestone lanes, beautiful churches and much of it bombed and rebuilt. We went into one church where the crypt was a dedication to the 4 priests that were executed ...
... set off an hour further north to a site at Bad Segeberg a couple of hundred yards from a lake. We were shown to a large field covered in daisies with one other camper hooked up. We chose our site and had our dinner outside in the setting sun.
Washing day again! Towels and sheets this time, machine can only take one towel a load. So another 2 hours busily spent (but saving us ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
This modern hotel provides the traveler with clean, comfortable accommodations. There are a number of amenities (gym, etc.) that can be used by the traveler. The hotel is conveniently located near the City's center (near the Holstentor Gate) and the train station, thus making exploration of Lubeck's old town very easy. While the breakfast left a bit to be desired, the Radisson SAS Senator is a very solid accommodation choice if one finds themselves in Lubeck.
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