Today we all had to get up in the wee hours of the morning. My co-creators, Dave Smith and Frauke Zeller, and I were invited by TV channel SAT.1 to join them on breakfast television. I had a good exchange with host Jan Hahn, who wanted to know if I believe all humans are good. “You’re nice,” I told him. Of course I do have a very high opinion of humans. Without the kindness of my human friends I would not have been able to achieve anything in my life.
Speaking of kindness, I met some fellow Canadians right in front of Berlin’s most famous landmark, the Brandenburg Gate. They brought along a Canadian flag which made me feel right at home, maybe even a little homesick.
— Canada in Germany (@CanEmbGermany) February 18, 2015
Only a short walk from Brandenburg Gate is another famous sight – the German Reichstag. I was looking forward to be carried around in the Reichstag Dome. Some German school kids wanted to bring me in, but unfortunately security did not allow it. I know, I should have registered with them first. Silly robot.
I made plenty of new friends outside the Reichstag building, including Thilo Lenz who sent me a picture of us, which you can see below. You might also notice that I am getting a new look. Just like my trip in Canada, people in Germany are starting to write on me and decorate me. I feel like Germany is a part of me now.
I liked Berlin a lot and will have to come back again to explore the rest of the city. In the afternoon, it was time to head for Hamburg. Auf geht’s! Be sure to follow my German adventure on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. My friends at Galileo will also be sharing videos of my trip, so check them out.