Abion Spreebogen Waterside Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
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Upon arrival we checked out a remaining section of the Berlin wall. That night we had dinner in a beer hall and consumed a decent amount of beer.
The next day we had a walking tour of the city and visited the reichstag, holocaust memorial, Brandenburg gate and checkpoint charlie. Next we visited Topography of Terror - This was divided into two parts. The first was about the Gestapo, SS and Reich Security and how they helped Hilter and ...
... We will Remember: Even when walking into the rebuilt areas of heavy grey cement bricks of the memorial - The memorial to the Jewish people; One can feel the pain, The simplicity profound. May we learn from this and work on walls that keep us prisoners in our own lives To stand up against the evils in our societies, Not to just accept them as the 'norm' saying in ones heart: "There is nothing we can do about them anyway" Take a stand. ...
... Wide streets, good public transport, public squares for coffee and play areas for children. Lots of people on bicycles on the flat streets.....with so few cars in the city centre, being knocked over by a bicycle is a real possibility.
The Pergamon Museum has some outstanding pieces. The Altar of Pergamon is huge. It has been reconstructed after transport to Germany, then St Petersburg, then back to Germany. The Babylonian Ishtar Gate is a huge blue ...
... train to Berlin. We then took the U-bahn to Belushi's Bar, where there was an Australia Day party. Belushi's is also a hostel so every Aussie backpacker and fellow traveller in Berlin was there. It was crowded and noisy and we were old enough to be everyone's parents so we weren't getting any pick up lines. Indeed, we were being mostly ignored as if Auntie and Uncle were there spying on Tommo and Raelene on the turps in Berlin. But it was fun, and nice ...
... br> Although I was fascinated with all the history and snippets of information about the city, it was Berlin's unique nightlife that really sealed the deal. The renovated warehouses and underground clubs were largely based in the coolest industrial area, where parties would go on from Friday until Sunday without stopping. Now that's something you wouldn't find in Edinburgh. The mix between the heat and intensity indoors combined with the chilled out bars and music on ...