Abba Berlin Hotel
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Amazing room. Amazing shower. Comfortable bed. Best breakfast besides Switzerland. Best hotel we stayed at.
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The trip into Berlin was fairly uneventful and not long after arriving we were on our way to the reikstag. We had a booking (thanks Brett) and managed to get our group of 10 in with out too many hassles (except for the security check, that was fun with a pram and copious amounts of winter gear or the guy who tried to push in line and accidentally …
... had to be in a modern gallery. The Contemporary Art Museum was going to be it. This place was established in an old railway station and reportedly houses one of the most impressive collections in Europe. On this topic I know damn well that ....'I know nothing about modern art and so have no idea what I could like'.
The exhibits, which reflected their chosen theme of 'the passage of time' - the linking of the past and the future - ...
... I didn't stray much off the beaten track so I'm not sure what it's like further in.
This is the victory column. Apparently there was a move after the war by some of the occupying forces to have it taken down. In a way it's even meaner to leave it up after a defeat...
Various statues. This is to some bloke called Roon. Another general. No doubt he led Germany or Prussia to a ...
... was run by the same company as the Paris tour (Sandeman's) and went for about 3 hours as well. It took us around the city and the canals as well as through the red light district. It wasn't quite as picturesque as Paris but it's probably a bit unfair to compare the two. Stefan told us that despite having similar laws to the rest of the world, the dutch are very tolerant as long as what you are doing follows 3 rules. These are; 1. If it's good for business; 2. If it doesn't ...
... tiredness swarming the bus, everyone had eyes open looking at the road (with many of us drivers ourselves) shocked that our driver was driving on the wrong side of the road. Berlin is definitely a different city to Sydney! Seeing many sights, we ventured on the bus through East and West Berlin. Stopping at important sites like the remnants of the Berlin Wall where we took many photos of the extraordinary street art.
So we ...