Hotel Carmer 16
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... Polo Club bought in country Victoria and one was a caricature of Steve and I on our wedding day. Can't wait to,get them re-framed and hung on the wall! So today we did the Fernsehturm Tower in Alexandra Platz, which resembled the Telecom Tower in Canberra. The Fernsehturm is a television tower and was constructed between 1965 and 1969 by the administration of the German Democratic Republic. It was a great view ...
... bizarre but true) but even gave us free TV and 24 hours of WIFI as compensation. I suppose it wasn’t all bad but still. Mattijs and I joked when we’d arrived about having to pay extra for power and water and now it was all coming back to haunt us!
We’d decided to visit the world famous Berlin Zoo and on our arrival, we were staggered by the sheer size of the place! I particularly enjoyed the bird house which had the ...
... on top and looking at this city, East Germany has already caught up with the West. Next time if I come back with someone else, how far this country of efficiency would have gone already?
Places of Interest:
Berliner Fernsehturm (Panoramastr. 1A, 10178 Berlin)
Holocaust Memorial (Cora-Berliner-Straße 1, 10117 Berlin)
Brandenburger Tor (Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin)
Reichstag (Platz der Republik 1, 11011 Berlin)
Siegessäule (Großer Stern, 10557 Berlin)
... smuggled his family and zip lined across from the roof to West Germany. The guards through it was spies because it looked so cool but got fired the next day. We then followed the wall down to checkpoint Charlie, where our tour ended.
Mark and I then made our way into the Typographie Des Terrors, where the headquarters for most of the Nazi Departments were located including Hitlers personal police and the Secret Police. After a few hours looking around ...
... at the counter was lovely. We now have to wait and check a tracking website to find our luggage or someone will ring and tell us what they have found out...... At least I have most of my diabetes supplies for the next 5 days and after dinner we are going to Alexanderplatz to buy some new jocks and shirt. Weather forecast here for the next few days is warm and sunny. So I'll keep you all posted on the saga of the lost luggage. Hopefully we will have it before we go to Stockholm on ...