Abba Berlin Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAbba Berlin Hotel
Amazing room. Amazing shower. Comfortable bed. Best breakfast besides Switzerland. Best hotel we stayed at.
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... Lisa's place to catch the football between Australia and Spain. Well the last World Cup champions Spain won out, so that is the end of Australia's World Cup hopes once again. Shane has taken some time from work to spend with us while we are in Berlin but today he did have to work, so Ross and I made our way into Alexanderplatz via the underground to visit some museums that are located on what is known as Museum Island. There are 5 museums located on ...
... time to pay for the last ticket it wasn't worth going to. We decided to leave Poland and make our way to Berlin.
18 hours of trains and we arrived in Berlin exhausted. I will never understand how sitting for so long can feel the same as running for miles. We got acquainted with our new neighborhood as we always begin our journeys. We met some new people in the kitchen. We met an older German man who gave us advice on life and was trying to get to know America through ...
... interesting and informative and we covered a fair bit of the inner city effortlessly. Lunch was at a small Turkish place in Kreuzberg owned by a Syrian refugee doctor. The plate was enormous, I couldn't eat all mine.
Two things stood out for me - the amount of graffiti everywhere and the numbers of people (mostly guys) drinking in public parks and squares. I'm not sure either of them is a particularly good look - while ...
... in the same air...it's haunting...something we will never forget. After a long day on on on our feet, we decided to pull a Monty Python "and now for something completely different" and head to two local festivals that were going on in our neighbourhood; one was planned and one was not. We had heard about The International Beer Festival and stopped by for a drink and a snack. The streets were packed with drunken hooligans (a surprising number of large groups of guys ...
The weather is oppressive with a maximum of 34°C predicted - unprecedented for Berlin.
We head for the Fernsehturm TV tower, a modern towering beacon in the centre of town. It's a €12 ride up 204m to the viewing level, although the structure itself exceeds 300m. It's also something of a disappointing experience. There is a lot of history posted around the 360° of the pamorama, but the photos ...