ibis Budget Berlin Ost
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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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... War milestones and a nearby museum which is now becoming a 'little tired' contains an overwhelming amount of information.
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... progressed during the war. It was again very interesting, and included a lot of photos and copies of documents, which were very interesting. Some of the photos were really rather gruesome, and just left me feeling sorry for the soldiers who carried out the actions, as I couldn't imagine trying to come to grips with all the things I had done, if I had been them. We then rushed back to Alexanderplatz to meet Tamsen and Phil and head to church, which was really good. The people there ...
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