Abion Spreebogen Waterside Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After hopping another train, this time with seats, we arrived in Berlin, our not to scale map led to a long walk to find our very expensive hotel, because of the long weekend we couldn't get any accommodation, and had snagged this place on "last minute" it was too good to be true.... When we arrived we were informed that the hotel was double booked …
... two men 90 minutes using machinery! It was fascinating to watch the super-skinny tractor going between the vines and shaking the grapes off. We also had the chance to visit Trier, the old Roman city and see some great buildings, like the Cathedral which was started in something like 500AD! Have I also mentioned that Saturday is cleaning day – when you go to the cemetery to clean the plots where family are buried. And when it is Springtime, you ...
... win haha
Following the game we gathered some beverages of the alcoholic variety and drove into the centre of Berlin near the Fan Mile. It is customary for the Deutsch to drive around the city and honk their horns for hours every time they win, however, this was on a whole new level! Thousands of people of all ages flooded the streets, drinking, shouting, throwing fireworks into ...
... This is famously where Michael Jackson held his baby out of the window. Also just next to the hotel and in between it and the Brandenburg Gate is the US Embassy. Now this is an interesting story - after a US embassy in Africa was attacked some years ago, the US bolstered security on all of its embassy buildings worldwide. No more access was granted to tourists and additional measures were put in place to protect their soil. As part of this the ...
... and sobering exhibition but was much easier to handle than the actual camp. We again met up with Luke and the three of us ventured to a restaurant called Schnitzelei, which had been recommended to us. It did not disappoint! We each got free wine and free shots. They even had veggie options. I had oyster mushrooms done schnitzel-style. Yum! So concluded our final day and, after packing and chatting to our new roommates (Aussies again!), we went to ...