Victor'S Residenz Hotel - Berlin Tegel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our highways if we just didn't have billboards.
We finally arrived in Berlin and easily found our hotel, the Hotel Hecker, thanks to our GPS. We found a space in front for temporary parking and unloaded. Mark did an excellent job booking this hotel. Sort of a business hotel, so very nice, spacious room, updated, nice bathroom, other amenities that we haven't been getting, like air conditioning and better Wifi. The kids said "Wow" when we ...
... heard of it before-how terrible is that!
My friend Alex, showed me pictures later. It looks beautiful. Anyways I ended up chatting to one of the guys, Borut and he taught me some of the language. It's not as hard as Greek but it's still hard. The way they use their letters are in unusual combinations to us, so it is hard for our Australian tongue to form the words sometimes. It was a really fun night. Berlin didn't turn out to be too bad after all.
... Danes as they were very enthusiastic, but I kept getting distracted by talking to the strangers I was hugging and eventually lost them. It was an easy night to make new friends though. I wound up with some people who were heading over to celebrate at the Brandenburg gate, where the massive public viewing had been. On the way there was a lot more hugs to give out and hi-5’s for the police, who were having just as much fun as everyone else. There was no trouble to be ...
... with a missing bag. Luckily we had decided to pack three suitcases and in each case were 4 days of clothing, so a missing bag was OK!!. Phew.......
Then off to drive to our hotel, which was easy to find and very well located. Since we wanted to keep everyone awake, we decided to go to the Jewish museum which was open until 10pm and only a few blocks away. What a masterpiece of architecture designed Daniel Libesking, it is an incredible modern buidling ...
... reminders all through the zone where the wall was to those that were killed trying to escape. The last killed was on the 6th of February 1989. Pretty tragic when you think about it. Some border guards tried to make a run for it too. No doubt some became guards hoping for such an opportunity. This one jumped the barbed wire and got away. Immortalised in this classic photo. You won't need a newspaper ...