Ramada Hotel Frankfurt Oder
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... in it, or the Eiffel tower laying on its side then
you can start to get a picture of the enormity of this building. The dome was originally built by an entrepreneur
who had the idea of building Zeppelins for commercial travel. This dream never took off (intentional pun)
so they were stuck with this huge Truman Show style dome. They have developed the dome into a tropical
island paradise with white sand beaches, waterfalls, heated pools, ...
... time to head to training. Before we got there we went the long way to kill some time, which wasn't the best plan as the traffic was starting to get really bad. But we did make it in the end!
We completed our session and even got a tshirt! Haha...we decided the best post training fix was going to be having a beer at our hotel. So we headed back for a beer and chilled.After we had showers and got changed it was beginning ...
... Our train left Frankfurt at 4.20pm and we were able to get a cabin to ourselves for most of the trip. We arrived in Stuttgart at 6pm - we weren't meeting Dani until 6.30pm. We had a walk around the main drag and sat in the park for a little bit killing time. We wish we were saying in Stuttgart now as this city is awesome! So much prettier and lots to do. (We picked Frankfurt as the train connections to Switzerland are much easier...and Interlaken is our ...
We were nearly an hour late boarding our flight from Frankfurt to Moscow. They eventually bussed us out to the aircraft then left us sitting on the bus while they checked out a 'technical fault'. A few minutes later they reassuringly told us that the plane was fine and that we could now board. We were all given a toffee bar as ...
... 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 ...