Hotel Bei Schuhmann
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... of champagne with them before dinner.
The next day we spent the morning doing scenic cruising down the Rhine. It was windy and rainy initially but the weather gradually cheered up by the time we reached Koblenz after lunch. I have never seen so many castles perched on hills above the little villages. Germany is far more picturesque than I ever imagined and they have so many more original medieval buildings than in England. Apparently there are 25000 castles in Germany which seems ...
It was time to leave Berlin. We got up and headed across the street to the cafe and had ourselves the typical breakfast that seems to greet us each morning: rolls, cold cuts, cheese, tomato/cucumber, hard boiled egg, coffee and juice. It seems everywhere we saw breakfast served, these were the key components.
Next step was to check out of the ibis hotel. It was an excellent A-1 stay - location, price, convenience - highly recommended.
... they had not decided to rebuild the Altstadt in this way. It is beautiful, but in some ways I think it is fake and even means forgetting (or down playing?) their dark history by rebuilding everything so it looks the same as it did before. They could have rebuilt things in a more modern, bright and refreshed way, whilst still paying homage to their history, and giving more meaning to the few buildings that did survive the war and bombings. But perhaps this would be fake too. ...
... consisted of Count Wolfgang of Hohenlohe, his wife, and 14 children. Count Carl Ludwig inhabited the castle in 1674 and stayed for over 50 years. It is easy to picture life during those eras. The moat is now a grassy area but the bridge and stable still exist. We made it to Rothenburg by noon. We are staying at Hotel Spitzweg, room 24. There was confusion when we got here as they could not find our room. They served us tea in their dining room until it was sorted out. The ...
... br> The USAF report also states that two of Dresden's traffic routes were of military importance: north-south from Germany to Czechoslovakia, and east-west along the central European uplands. The city was at the junction of the Berlin-Prague-Vienna railway line, as well as the Munich-Breslau, and Hamburg-Leipzig. Colonel Harold E. Cook, a US POW held in the Friedrichstadt marshaling yard on Feb 12, 1945, later said that "I saw with my own eyes ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center