ibis Budget Berlin Ost
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member Reviewsibis Budget Berlin Ost
Well, I am not certain that I have the correct hotel here. I have differing location indicators. We stayed at the ibis Budget Berlin on Bayreuther Strasse off Kurfurstendamm near the zoo.
This was our first ibis stay and we loved it. The location was close to everything we needed - busses, underground, shops and sights. There were easy transportation points all around. AND the staff was fantastic.. They could not do anything more. Rooms were clean, staff helpful and all was good, great.
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... buildings in Berlin but they later changed to producing cement from the limestone and that was sent to Berlin.They estimate there is enough limestone to last until 2060 but that is not really a long time. Back in Berlin we all stopped at East Side Gallery which is a 1.3km long section of the Berlin wall that is still in place and had the eastern side painted by famous artists ...
... we took some quiet time for reflection. We decided that we wanted to have a traditional German lunch so we headed to Auustiner: Bräu München where we both enjoyed a stein of local German beer and traditional food, Sarah had the spring chicken and Tim had the pork knuckle. We decided that we need to walk of all of that beer and food so we took a stroll to Museum Island. While in the square right near the book burning memorial, Tim noticed a rooftop bar on the ...
... so I finessed the M. Best part of my trip. After that I visited Vondelpark, which is a beautiful park in the heart of Amsterdam.
For lunch, I went to a place called Trust, which is a pay what you feel establishment. My friend who studied abroad in Amsterdam recommended it. The meal was very good, but when I went to pay, I found out they did not give out change, so I ended up paying a little bit more than I felt was necessary.
My final stop ...
... and the trusty M100 bus to do some night-seeing. This bus is in all the guidebooks as the one to hit a lot of the tourist destinations. It's a double decker bus that is pretty much the same route as the expensive touristy "hop on-hop off" buses. We got off at the Brandenburg Gate and took some photos at night. There's a really nice video exhibit there now for the 25th anniversary of the wall coming down. This was one of the borders of the wall. The ...
... was all destroyed except for the front facade. Coincidently, the lonely building left standing in the area, was the Swiss embassy, which allowed for the surviving Nazis to seek asylum. We didn't go into the Reistag, which is not opened everyday, but our guide told us that some of the buildings have still retained some of the graffiti left by the Russians. In one of the major conference rooms '**** Germany' is still inscribed one the wall in ...