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 …
... my German teacher refuses to do. I understand where he is coming from, German is not English and we should be careful about translating word for word German into English as much meaning will be lost. Especially when it comes to verbs. But in saying that, I am just struggling so much with sentence construction and grammar in general that a book like this might help me out a little. I am not planning to become a master in German, just attempt ...
... Islamic art section of this incredible museum.
It was so beautiful and amazing to see this rich and incredible culture which was so prominent over 2000 years ago. Makes me question our origins a little and just affirms in me that its such a shame that the state of the world is in such conflict. What happened? A loaded question I know and so complicated , but this history and culture is so rich and seems so forgotten... I think I would like to go to the Middle East ...
... park), Checkpoint Charlie, part of the Berlin wall and the site of the book burning amongst other things. I decided to give Rob my extra money (that Stefan missed out on) so he ended up with 5 euro. After the tour we split up and I met up with Anna ( friend from high school) and her boyfriend Michael for a late lunch. It was really good to catch up with them as Anna has been living in Darwin for a few years. After lunch I headed back to the hostel for a nap to prepare for the ...
... structure covered with carvings of mythical beings and gods in battle with the Titans. And we could walk up the steps!! This was an awe- inspiring place and, even more amazingly, was saved from being dismantled and used for solid defences in Berlin during World War 2.
In the next room is one of the gates, The Ishtar Gate, that led to the ancient city of Babylon. It is covered in glazed tiles depicting ...