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... will become just like them, As will all those who trust in them.
I really felt sorry for all the creative artists in ages past. They were really in bondage to false religion.
BUGS AND THEIR EFFECTS:
Doris and Nina have caught some bug / flu. This gave them coughs and head aces. Nina was off school for 4 days. Doris really needed rest in bed. This did not happen. A friend that lives in Hamburg (Elizabeth) that we ...
... Hitler's Bunker. This bunker was where Hitler spent his final days with his wife Eva Braun before they both committed suicide. It was crazy to be standing above such an historic spot, but yet not be able to see any sign of it other than one info board stating what it was. Lucie told us that the bunker is indestructible, so they just covered it up, sealed it off, and now pretend that it doesn't exist.
Our next stop was to look at the Trabant vehicle. ...
... for! They use so much sugar in the batter for the waffle that it actually caramelizes as it finishes cooking so it has this wonderful almost burnt sugar taste to it…delicious! Fortunately we did quite a bit of walking around town the rest of the afternoon to make up for this necessary indulgence but it wouldn’t have been a trip to Belgium without that waffle!
The next morning (after visiting the same place for breakfast…it was too good to dare ...
... of it I experienced anyway.
If this all sounds like ********, I would probably agree. Perhaps it's like wine tasting: more experienced tasters can definitely describe differences in texture between wines, but will rank a more expensive wine as tasting better than a cheap wine. Even if they are the same wine. For some, Paris is the expensive wine. For me, it is Berlin.
The hostel we stayed at, EastSeven Hostel, ranked close to ...
... had tears in my eyes at the end of one of her stories. I have posted on facebook a picture of one of the art installations. It is to remember the concentration camps; it is simply a lot of cement blocks, but when you walk through it is so isolating and claustrophibic and it supposed to be a symbolic representation of how people felt in the concentration camps. Truly, truly, people are so incredibly creative.
So thats it for now. I have to figure out ...