Sorat Hotel Cottbus
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... desk look confused. He made a phone call and a lady came down to talk to me. It turned out that they had no tour guides on that day which was a real pain since I had arranged with them the day we were coming. After some discussion around entry cost etc which they said they would waive because of the mix up (even though we had been told it was already payed for) we entered the display area.
The building is huge and set up so you continue walking in a ...
... Hamburg. It was hard not to compare them and this one just really couldn’t compete. It was made a little worse by the fact that there were not many people in the crowd and as we learned in Edinburgh, a decent sized crowd is vital for a good atmosphere. The kids enjoyed it though and it got them dry before dinner, otherwise they would be turning into prunes.
Then, being the caring, loving parents that we are we sent the kids back into the pool while we returned to the ...
Waking up was very difficult. We spent all of yesterday in the water. Eventually we woke up to have breakfast at the Jabarimba restaurant (one of many) inside the Tropical Island park. After breakfast Chloe and I swam while Shelly booked our plans for the next destination.
We did a mad dash to pack and checkout of our room so that we could spend some more ...
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 ...