Hotel Ibis Budget Berlin Genshagen
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... the Ekka? Or been chased through barbed wire fences by them (Bec can vouch for this) ? Because despite us being in the Netherlands, guess what, cow **** smells just the same there as it does back home. The stupidity of the 18 yr olds on my tour is starting to get to me in case you couldn't tell. I sound like an awful human. We were prewarned that the farmer on the farm had taken full advantage of the legalization of marijuana in the country for a few decades, which was quite evident ...
... a definite sense of mortality. It is filled with many coffins of the kings and queens for the last 2-300 years. Particularly poignant were the tiny coffins of royal babies less than a year old, and there were a lot of them. Back to Checkpoint Charlie and our favourite restaurant where a waiter prepares fettuccine by putting it into a horizontally cut whole slightly hollowed out wheel of Parmesan cheese. The heat from the cooked pasta melts the cheese and it is ...
... We have a last coffee, standing up at the bar a la Italia and then head back to the hotel for breakfast. We've thoroughly enjoyed our time here and look forward to our last trip up the canal. The flight arrives in Berlin at 3pm and we need to switch modes and get our bearings! We mull over a map and finally work out how to catch the regional train to Alexanderplatz and then a tram ...
Memorial of Hitler
This is really NOT a memorial, it is a parking lot and a park for people to bring their dogs and allow them to defecate and urinate on the place where Hitler is thought to have died. How appropriate! I feel the same way! He deserves to be ******* on, and many other things!
... like "where's the train?". We obviously don't understand each other verbally but certainly realize we need a plan B.On my way up the stairs an older gentleman tells me the buses are still running & tells me what to catch. Ummmmm...ok! I don't have a bus ticket and don't bother trying how to figure it out or ask the driver. I sit down, turn invisible (sorta) & cross my fingers I get to where I hope to go. A few stops later, viola!, I get to my stop. Fast forward 45 ...