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... ll separate the story into things I remember and things that I needed reminding of from here. In no particular order, I remember getting into the blue sky outside. I remember being incredibly happy. I remember sitting at the back of a beer hall, then more in the centre. I remember there being a real sleaze dick being creepy to the girls so we kept him at bay. I remember seeing the window outside and seeing it was still light, and me wondering how on earth it still could ...
... effectively turned the prisoners against each other. Because each group sought superiority over the others, the prisoners we were never able to unify and formulate a more effective resistance against the Nazis, despite the fact that ultimately they were sharing the same struggle.
These lessons that Dachau can teach today's generation demonstrate why a memorial site is so crucial. There is no denying that instances of crippling ...
... genießen können. Bis dahin gab es leider noch keinen in New York.
Eine wundervolle Woche mit geliebten Menschen und hat mir wieder gezeigt, dass München einfach mein zu Hause ist und bleibt.
Hey my dear friends,
around the end of March I went home to my beautiful Munich for a week to see my family, friends and boyfriend. Definitely filling up on some homey comfort for ...
... that eastern Europe would be a due a closer look hopefully in the near future. As predicted we got a bit of ice so down we went to 8000’. This put us just below the clouds and we were quite happy with that. Still, we couldn’t get away from the winds and they kept picking up speed. By the time we were over Austria, we had up to 50 knots right at us! Unbelievably, these were the strongest headwinds we’d faced all trip. At ...
... see staff when dinner was served. Basically this table disappears into the floor down into the kitchen where it is set with food and drink and then sent back up into the dining room. The castle is breathtaking and I can see why the King spent most of his time here.
Neuschwanstein Castle was built in seclusion so that the King could have peace away from the public. The castle was open to the public about 7 weeks after the Kings death and now ...