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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... wasn’t too bad.
As we walked around the streets, I was surprised to notice how similar the city resembles cities in Australia. It was probably the most Australian looking city we have so far been to.
The rest of the evening consisted of watching MotoGP qualifying in the hotel’s bar/lounge over a couple of beers. We booked a bike tour with Fat Tire Bicycle tours for the following day so we could see the sights of Berlin with the ...
... Hitler's power increased. Other highlights included, as you would expect, remaining portions of the Wall, and the stories of how the wall came down prove once again how much history turns on a dime. A Press Secretary, Gunter Schavowski, who had not attended a meeting, not pre-read his notes, responded to a journalist's question about when East Germany was going to allow freer travel to the west, with the words: "Immediately". This brought a crowd of 20,000 to the ...
Blog#1 I heard that Berlin,Germany is an important place to visit. Berlin is an place that have a typical weather, July is one of be warmest time.So I promise my self that I would visit Berlin,Germany and I would start my journey at lake wale Florida. From there to Orlando (MCO)Airport from orlando I would go to Detroit metro then from detroit to my destination. I know it would be an long journey but the way people talks about it I think it would worth the time and ...
... did a bit of shopping, then found ourselves at an Oktoberfest celebration in town which was pretty cool. That night we went to a Jazz bar we'd heard about called 'B Flat' and watched a brass band for a couple of hours. Then on the Sunday we did a massive walking tour of Berlin. We went with a small group and guide, and from 10.30-6pm we saw some major sites and heard all the history from WWII, Cold War, Street Art culture and much more. It was REALLY interesting. ...
... during partition.
The most moving one of these references to those killed while Germany was two countries was one which simply read: 'a German killed by a German'. It doesn't sound quite so moving in translation...
What really surprised me is that the last person killed trying to cross over was shot less than a year before the fall of the wall.
A riverside restaurant. Remarkable that the sign is still in German. I ...