Ibis Berlin Messe
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... screening process!! We arrived safely and not too much later in the Business Lounge to await our flight to Berlin. I suspect that the business lounge decor was done by Olga in 1976. A lime green and orange dream, the lounge was small, crowded and retro - clearly a hangover from the eastern bloc days that no one feels ready to let go of just yet! Before long we boarded our AirBerlin Dash 8 - Q400 plane bound for Berlin! If it wasn't for the ...
... i walked over to the topography of terror museum. It was free to enter and it was all about the Nazi's and what they did to the people in their rise to power. There was also a display on the Warsaw uprising. After finishing with the topography of terror museum i walked back to the station and caught the train to some bookshop locations. However a lot of the places that i went to were closed – it was Sunday after all. After giving up i caught the train to ...
... to feel a little more local (which is difficult to achieve when your wearing shorts, runners and a backpack everyday). Even with all the history it's still a bustling city, with construction everywhere and numerous projects being built. Sometimes when I'm walking around I feel like I'm still in Melbourne, which is a nice feeling. The food is heavy and there's beer a plenty. I'm craving a side salad with my meals which may have ...
... interesting historical sites related to the first and second world war. It's weird to see buildings that once held important Nazi groups still being used today by the German government though. The concentration camp was really interesting/ sad at the same time to see how prisoners lived and were treated. In the end we were really glad we visited the site as we learned tons and were able to see first hand the horrendous conditions people ...
... there were no seats whatsoever. The conditions got a little better after half an hour or so as people managed to find more seats, but as I had not made reservations I was forced to sit on small seats that came out of the wall on the side of the train or stand for a majority of the 5 hour journey. The views from the train were very good though. We passed through Dresden, Germany which looked like a very nice city that I want to come back to at some ...