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... failures to find a geocache along the Autobahn. The area around the airport and hotel is tricky but Google Maps pulled it off. We lolled around a bit but still had returning the rental car hanging over us. We learned from the desk about the X9 bus that goes by the hotel and goes to the airport. By taking it back after dumping the rental car, we got the knowledge we will need for the return journey to fly out tomorrow morning. It is always nice ...
Today has been hectic! We were able to plan last night roughly how to get to the meeting point for our tour this morning, which was fortunate as waking up to the alarm was not an easy task...! By the time we had dragged ourselves out of bed, showered, made lunch and had breakfast, we were running 10 minutes later than hoped, and still had to get to the station, buy train tickets and then find the right train stop...! In order to do this, I attempted in my ...
... in Australia, especially with open glass. But nobody in Germany was rowdy. There was no broken glass around. It was all very lively and fun and responsible. A day out for the adults and the kids, and such a feeling of Christmas in the air. You put a €2 deposit on your glass and get the change back back when you returned it, but I found it a novelty to have a Freiburg Christmas market print mug, that I kept mine to take home. It has come in ...
... never a taxi around when you need it.
Tim and I did a quick change, said our goodbyes and hoped into another taxi that Rickie had booked. We drove to the airport being sad at leaving but at the sametime happy we had had our time in Berlin, saw how happy and wonderful Rickies life is.
We arrived at the airport and because Tim had the moon boot on where whisked thru priority check in but no upgrade. Then caught our planes ...
... for the guards around the camp so it blocked off the camp as if it wasn't there. Some of the homes surrounding the camp are still owned by family members of soldiers from the SS. We spoke at length with our tour guide about the social dilemma and complexity of second and third generations of Nazi Germany and whether they should have any responsibilities for the atrocities carried out by their parents and grandparents.
Overall, visiting the camp was a sad, powerful, and heavy day for ...