Winters Hotel Berlin Im Spiegelturm
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... Who knew that after a long day of walking the city we’d have to stand and watch while they cook our fresh pasta, and then crowd in next to strangers to sit and eat? This is a different kind of Toto adventure that will most likely not be repeated, even though the food was very good.
Walking from the restaurant to the concert hall we pass through Sony Plaza, which is beautifully illuminated ...
... I am excited to checkout Tony Carter and Carters of Suffolk's range of tea pots when we have wifi next!
Our next stop was Stonehenge where we got our own audio guide and learnt of theories about Stonehenge's creation and purpose. The huge stone monuments were amazing to view and I struggled to comprehend how people were able to bring the stone in from far away places with no machinery to assist. It would have been interesting to see how Stonehenge ...
... something Jason and I will try again during our time here and hopefully we will have better luck since our tour guide told us this unbelievable lack of respect for the memorial is very rare.
We continued on with our tour to learn about the difficulties Berlin experienced after WWII as well. After the War, Germany was split four ways amongst its allies: France, Britain, America, and the Soviet Union. West Germany was overseen by the three democratic ...
With only one day left to experience Berlin, we headed out early this morning with a full day of sightseeing planned. First stop is the Berlin Zoo which was much bigger than we expected. Claiming to be Europe's largest zoo, we were impressed with the vast array of animals on display. There seemed to be more emphasis on species native to Europe and Asia (not surprising given we are in Europe!) which are not typically seen in American zoos. ...
... one also had a bar to buy a beer or wine, together with free wifi!
After the laundry was complete, we went down to Restaurant Fabisch in our hotel lobby for a wonderful dinner of Granny's Beef Cheeks and Mash together with some red wine. All this was enjoyed to the music of a live jazz band.
A very enjoyable day and evening. Off to bed in readiness for the next day's exploration of Berlin.