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... about having sore feet yesterday as I cannot even begin to imagine the agonising pain they must of suffered. The list of disturbing stories is endless and I personally believe that the medical experiments that were conducted on innocent people are amongst some of the most horrific.
At the end of the tour we were reminded that everything that occurred at the camp is in the past and unfortunately there is nothing ...
... Glad that we had at least seen street art, we walked to the train station, then took a series of trains back to our home base so I could begin classes the next morning. We arrived safe and sound, and since then, I have taken both of my classes for the first time. They seem promising - I'll give you more feedback on them when there's more to report.
For now, I had better sleep! We have another trip planned for tomorrow. Wish us luck!
... was denied this opportunity for nearly fifty years. This is not to say that Berlin did not go through a healing process in the years following World War II, but this process was certainly influenced but contradicting forces. Berlin's collective memory was interrupted for decades. It's healing process was forced to take a back seat to other global issues that were placed in the limelight as a result of the Cold War.
... horror that so many millions of people went through, and how it can never happen again. Berlin has been fascinating to learn about, especially considering the Berlin Wall didn't come down until 1989, so they've only really been united as a country again for 25 years. There's even a Jewish Memorial in the city now designed almost as a graveyard with every block a different size. Berlin has been well worth visiting though, definitely recommended especially if you're interested in ...
After our exhausting train trip yesterday, we slept in and had a late start to our exploration of Berlin. We caused our usual chaos and queue, buying our tickets from the vending machine at the Metro station. Not as many people speak English here, as they did in The Netherlands.
We eventually bought a two day pass, good for trams, trains and buses. We caught a number 200 bus to its terminal, out in ...