Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hackescher Markt
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Left the Rott Hotel in Prague around 9am bound for Berlin. Taxi took about 15 minutes to circle the town to arrive at the Train Station. Arrived to a large departure area and had to wait until 10am before they allocated our platform. Off to platform 3 and up the escalator to a large undercover series of platforms. As we arrived at the platform the …
... understood these checkpoints, but they did ask a lot of questions.
We also drove past the Presidential Palace, the Chancellor's office, the Parliament, and many other site in Berlin. We just did not have time to stop and visit everything. We then headed to Potsdam. This city is in East Germany, about 45 minutes outside of Berlin. See next update.
P.S. Will add pictures later, the internet speed at this hotel is too slow.
... ver stirring. We step out and onto a hop-on hop-off bus that takes us to the "Brandenburger Tor". We arrive just as they are dismantling the stage and sound equipment from the previous days' official functions at this site and manage to take some restricted photos. There's an opportunity to take a short stroll through the renowned "Tiergarten", where it is shady. Walking ...
... may have had. Jackhammers, icy winds, sewage smells... there isn't much this city has going for it. Maybe the historic sites will be better... ...nope. Fair to say, I'm not a history buff. I prefer the sciences and my passion points towards shaping the future rather than thinking about the past. I believe history has its place in education, society and even holidays, but what Berlin has to offer is nothing more than you can read in a book without the need for being there ...
... WWII, Berlin Wall, and Jewish history. Being able to actually see where a lot of important, historical events happened helped us to really understand. Even though we saw a lot, some highlights were the amazing Pergammon museum, the bust of Nefretiti, the Berlin Wall and the Holocause memorial. The city of Berlin itself is very cool as its actually ...
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We recently stayed 3 nights at the Adina in Hackersher area and could not have asked for a better location or better accommodation.
The 1brm apartment we had was big enough for 2 and we were fortunate to have a large balcony as we were on the top floor.
Only small issue is there was no washing machine in the apartment as advertised but this did not detract from our stay at all.
Breakfast was delightful and overall I would highly recommend this Hotel to tourists and business alike
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.