Aparthotel Residenz 2000
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... smoked like an Iraqi oil fire, when they ran at all, and often lacked even the most basic of amenities, like brake lights or turn signals. But history has been kind to the Trabi. Thousands of East Germans drove their Trabants over the border when the Wall fell, which made it a kind of automotive liberator. Once across the border, the none-too-sentimental Ostdeutschlanders immediately abandoned their cars. Ich bin ...
... was only a prelude,
there where they burn books,
they burn in the end people.
Heinrich Heine 1820
Goebbels, Hitler's Propaganda Minister, and the German Student Union, proclaimed a nationwide "Action Against the Un-German Spirit", which climaxed into a literature purge of Jewish or American novels, also known as the "Cleansing by Fire". The literature purge brought about an era ...
... and Italy. Paul and I will hopefully be meeting up with her and having some Mediterranean adventures! Very exciting! I just really hope that we can find some sort of money making venture in the meantime... Paul pretty much worked on my bike for most of the afternoon, servicing it and attaching my new front basket :-) it looks great, and is ready for my first day at school tomorrow. Woo ...
... beautifully soft lawn.
The next morning we awoke and were treated to a delicious breakfast of a variety of cheeses and bread. It was delicious.
We then went to visit Yohan and monique on the boat. It's so beautiful out here along the canals. It's as pretty and picturesque as one could imagine, drooping willows, water lilies, cute little cottages with little pots full of flowers, nicely kept green lawns, people having garden parties, or working on ...
... the German people (similar to 9-11). The fire was blamed on the Communists, and there was a guy who confessed. But he was known to have confessed before to acts that he didn't commit. And there was no other evidence that he'd done it. There's a theory that Hitler himself ordered the fire, in order to provoke popular support. And popular support he got, in multitudes. He was given "sweeping powers to preserve national security", as Rick Steves says. Hitler used these powers ...