Relexa Hotel Stuttgarter Hof
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- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... we had to pay 7 euro for a liter of water, and seltzer water at that, not the most satisfying after over 10 hours of flying and 6 hours sitting in an airport. After the five of us who had traveled that day became completely delirious Mike decided it may be a good idea to go back to the hostel for a nap.
After a good hour nap and cold shower (because there is no air conditioning in all of Berlin apparently) we came back to life to see more of the ...
... information about the flat via skype to make sure that it genuinely existed and that I wasn't heading for a trap. Lucky me, it wasn't ! Excited, stressed, tired, I book a flight for two days later, forcing me to miss some promising family party but hey, education first, no? And here I go, to meet a new stranger at an airport in a foreign country. I got there, met him, reassured by his human appearance and ...
Saturday was a very eventful day. We finally arrives in Berlin yayyy!!! But when we got to the hostel not everyone had their room keys, so there was a bit of waiting. Only to find out that Emily and I and our 2 French roommates couldn't get our room until 6pm. It was funny though because when Emily and I had to give our birthdays to check in or whatever the reason we told the French girls we were twins (but ...
... Germans packed inside and on top of it, and maybe a further 30 people running after it. They were all waving their flags and singing ‘Super Deutschland!’ with the car horn honking in tune with everyone. I joined those who were chasing after the car and soon enough we had a small army of us singing, waving, chasing, and of course hugging. I even carried a girl on my shoulders for a bit as she waved her flag, but this made it quite difficult to chase the car and ...
... as fun, crowded, or well-maintained as the parks in London. The rose garden there was pretty, too, but the gardens in Wels were nicer. We went through the park, passing the Siegessäule in Große Stern (the victory column from Prussian victories from 1864-1872 - Nate dubbed it the Big Stick) and then following the path around the zoo. It was a beautiful path, and we could see some animals from the outside - flamingos, sandhill cranes, and a camel. That took us to ...