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... was an eye opener. The picture below shows the location of concentration camps throughout Europe during the war. Over 6 million Jews were killed through the war period.
Needing a little cheering up we cut through a park on our bikes to embrace nature a bit. What we came across wasn’t natural at all. Those naked sunbakers we ...
Well today is quite a nice easy drive...we had a stop in Dresden along the way for lunch..that was a pretty cool town. Although we did find some of the local Germans were very rude, and struggled to find a place for food that would actually come and serve us... But we got there! Gaza and I shared this awesome meat platter lol!! It was very tasty, and before we left we bought ...
... straight to Dachau, where the first Nazi concentration camp was constructed back in 1933. More than 200,000 Jews, political prisoners, homosexuals, and others deemed 'undesireable' were imprisoned here, and some 30,000 of them died! As soon as you walk through the jourhaus gates, cynically labelled, as at Auschwitz in Poland, 'arbeit macht frie' (work makes (you) free), you can't help but be moved, death and suffering somehow still palpable, despite nearly 70 ...
... they went through. It was extremely cold there and we were both rugged up, have no idea how the prisoners would have dealt with the cold, especially coming into winter. The gas chamber and cremation ovens were still standing and very surreal to see. They are not sure how many died in the rooms but possibly over 300,000. Straight after you walk into the room of names which is a room literally full of ...
... that was located a good 20 minutes away by taxi from our hostel. We get there and surprise surprise, there's a 30 minute line waiting outside the club and Paul and I forgot our coats, and it was still quite cold in Berlin. We wait 30 mins, and then Shaun and his newly made female friend, get to the bouncer, and he kindly shows them a side door and says: this way please. And then, while they are marching towards the door, he opens it and we see that the sidewalk is on ...