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... I fell on my **** at the first changeover) so we planned to leave our suitcases at the station in Berlin and then have a 2h stopover before catching the night train to Kraków. We got to Berlin to find their was no running night train. That was okay we booked the next one for first thing in the morning it just meant we missed a day in Kraków. We then went to drop off our luggage only to discover we couldn't leave it their for 12 days. THIS ...
... the extermination camps.
Bayer made the gas particles, a chemical known as Zyklon B, that killed the Jews. The SS purchased this chemical from them.
IBM kept all of the data for the SS.
Hugo-Vass made all of the uniforms for the Jews, stripped pajamas.
The Swedish banks still has millions, maybe more, of the Jews money. There are no survivors who can prove that the money belongs ...
... room (which is really nice), we went out to find some dinner and then back to our hostel to get tickets for the ghost tour. The ghost tour was actually pretty good. Our guide was hilarious and had lots of interesting stories and legends about Prague. Once the tour was over, we walked back to our hostel where we were offered hot chocolate at the ...
... the Rhine and the Danube and finishes with the reunification of East and West in 1990. The museum holds some 8,000 objects on a surface area of 8,000sqm.
I'm spending the last few days here in Berlin visiting the local places on my bicycle, including parks, cafes, swimming pools. I have to give a very short (and very rehearsed) presentation to my German class in German about a famous German so also need to prepare for that as ...
... amount of walking to occur. We indeed covered several hours worth of miles, so many that my shoes (which were quite old to begin with) did not last the trip. It was a great experience, very tiring, though!
To also sum up the week at school, I must say German students are like American students like potato is to potato. (Pronounced differently, but the same.) In my sixth grade class, the students ...