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Our first stop today was the city of Bath. The architecture of the buildings were amazing. We saw the house actor Nicholas Cage owned. We paid £13.50pp to go see the Roman Baths (If we were on Globus it is included). Wow the roman ...
So we leave the Wall under gray skies and pouring rain. But the city is smiling and there is sunshine, hopes, and dreams. Now united, Berlin shows the ravages of war and demarcation, but those scars are fading with each succeding generation. As ...
... Dvorak became the principal violinist. In 1865, Dvorak taught piano to the daughters of a goldsmith; one of whom later became his wife (Anna Cermakova). It wasn’t until 1871 when Dvorak left the theater. During these years, Dvorak was privately composing. Mid Adult Years: Because his early works were too demanding on the artists who performed them, Dvorak evaluated and revamped his work. He turned away from his heavy Germanic style to a more classic Slavonic, stream-line ...
... and are applying for the right visa etc. As we were getting towards the front, a man and a lady pushed straight in front of me. Excuse me, there is a line here, I said. The man said ok laughed and didn't move. I then said, we have been standing in this line for an hour. He then showed me a piece of paper with numbers written on it and said he was confused about where he was meant to be and so on. There was an information lady close by so I directed him ...
... started outside the Riechstag, which was the old government. We learnt a lot more hideous facts about Hitler and how he even came to power - and for him it was literally right time, right, people (who thought they could control him), right everything. It could never have happened if even one of the the things had not lined up. He was actually voted into power. Not an overwhelming over 50% of the population, but 40 something% voted for him. Apparently ...