KADEWEKaufhaus des Westens (German: Department Store of the West)
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When the exceptional athlete arrived at the KaDeWe department store at 12:30, he was met by OMEGA President Stephen Urquhart, KaDeWe CEO Petra Fladenhofer and presenter Tanja BEaA-lter and given a short guided tour of the exhibition.
The Ellington in the west was walking distance from Berlin Zoo and round the corner from KadeWe, Europe's largest department store.
The newly built hotel is within walking distance of BerlinOs Zoo station, the Kurfrstendamm shopping boulevard and the KaDeWe department store.
For those who want to shop, Ku'Damm and its extension Tauentzienstrasse remain the main shopping streets and are home to continental Europe's biggest department store, KaDeWe.
As a contrast, the giant department store KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) has been around for more than 100 years and is the city's best-known store.
The famous KaDeWe department store on Kurfurstendamm was also close by, and as foodies we headed straight for the gourmet hall, which offers no less than 1,400 different kinds of bread, and almost as many types of sausage.
And locals love their KaDeWe, the mammoth century-old department store whose upper floors amount to an eye-popping smorgasbord of local delicacies, arrayed in a crowded showcase that reminded us of BaltimoreAAEs Lexington Market, only on a grander scale.
For the convenience of Arab guests who relish extensive range of retail experiences and unbeatable bargains, daily shuttle to the famed KaDeWe shopping centre -- the biggest shopping mall in Europe -- is on offer.
I've always been somewhat skeptical of the anecdotes I heard about the gastronomic marvels to be found in the famed "gourmet temple" of the Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), translated as "Shop of the West," in Berlin.
We made a hugely entertaining excursion to the world famous fifth-floor food emporium at the KaDeWe department store, the grand dame of the Kurfurstenstrasse shopping district.
The shopping in this capital city is fantastic and includes Europe's largest department store - the KaDeWe - with eight floors of designer loveliness to keep any wannabe Posh and Coleen happy for hours.