Abba Berlin Hotel
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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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... and find a park to sit, drink, and enjoy the atmosphere. But this was just the start of the weekend and there was much more to come.
Saturday, the weather was extremely hot as it has been the last week following 2 unpredictable and often cold and wet weeks in Berlin. We went to a beach area to spend the afternoon. We stretched out on the sand and spent some time in the water. Even though the water was extremely brown, people could go in. As it ...
Not much going on today though just wandering around is pretty pleasant.
I was rather surprised to come across the rather large Church of Scientology headquarters. I thought they'd been banned as a cult. I think they were having free readings but I didn't want to risk it.
As with most real cities there's a huge park right in the middle. Looks more like a forest though compared with ...
... more cinnamony tasting and kind of better. Then we went for Thai food. Drew ordered the hottest thing on the menu, and I'm pretty sure it's also the hottest thing on the face of the earth (I had a little try). The food was great and we lost track of time and missed the pub-crawl that night :( boo!! So we all just went back and drank at the hotel. It was kind of boring, but not too bad. Drew and I shared vodka and juice and hung out with some of the others, Bec, America, James, Timmy, ...
... accidently went into the boys bathroom even though Alli had warned me about it. Then we headed to Siegessäule (Victory Column) which is in the middle of the Tiergarten, the Central Park of Berlin. We climbed 270 steps to get to the top and it was so exhausting. The ledge at the top was so narrow people could barely squeeze by each other. Holly and Tracy didn’t last very long up there but Alli and I managed to stay and take in the view and ...
... at the hostel bar, we were using the wifi and chatting when we decided to head over to a table of German guys who were playing cards. Unfortunately they were a bit keener than expected and more than willing to teach us how to play. Being asked to dance when there was no music playing was a bit much for Maddy, but she did get a free drink out of it! The guy livi was talking to had 20€ in the whole world, so no free drinks for her. We learnt a ...