Seehotel Burg im Spreewald
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Pact troops.
We continued on and viewed the many bodies on display some in stunning poses. At the end of the building were 2 impressive displays. One was a huge horse which they had altered to look like a unicorn with wings. This was a bit odd but it was done as another example of the exposed cardiovascular system. Once we were all done we picked up our stuff and left. As an apology for the mix up the staff gave us a bag with some goodies in it which included ...
... br> There were four slides, a really short but fast one, a normal waterslide, a one-or-two-person-on-a-tube slide and a fast tunnel slide. So it was no Wet ’n’ Wild but still lots of fun. The kids weren’t allowed to go on the tunnel slide but strangely the attendants were at the bottom, not the top so Lil got to go once before being told not to do it again – she was happy with that, pleased to have gotten away with it once. The normal slide needs a bit of work, ...
... the pool. Around three o'clock we hopped out of the pool and walked around a little to dry off.
Leaving Tropical Island was hard, we had a blast there. We drove to Tiegel airport to drop of the Fiesta. From there we took a bus to the Hauptbahnhof train station. Not sure if we had to redeem our train tickets we purchased online or if we were already good to ...
Packed all of our stuff up, and headed out to Tropical Island. The place is amazing. Build out of an old WWII blimp hanger.
Laundry day in the shower, yes the shower. With only three outfits to wear laundry was bound to happen.
We two manned it, Shelly did the washing and I did the drying. We used every hanger and surface available to dry our ...
... centre. You need to picture a fully enclosed dome that can fit 9 full size football fields in it, or the Eiffel tower lying 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 ...