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Day 28 - Day at sea aboard our cruise
This morning we had a great sleep in, went to the gym, enjoyed an amazing buffet lunch and then went to book a tour for Zeeburge Belgium tomorrow...except all the tours were booked out! In sheer panic we started radically wanting to book every tour for the remainder of the ...
... morning there were not a lot of tourists or locals around. We predominantly had the city to ourselves. Another of my favourite memorials was a glass panel in the ground. When you looked into the panel you could see a large space with empty bookshelves. This memorial is to acknowledge all the literature which was burnt during Hitler's reigns. Jonathan was an amazing guide and there is so much I could write about from our tour. Instead book ...
... Our last stop was the Holocaust memorial. Having been to a concentration camp earlier in the day, the holocaust memorial really hit home. It was a block of land that had uniform grey cement slabs of all different heights where you could walk through and simply get lost in the thousands of small alleys. It really made you feel small. After packing a whole bunch into 2 days, I was ready to come back and relax on the ship! Germany was great but I'm excited for our next stop, ...
Taxi ride from Viking descendant. arrived at the star studded cruiser, passing towns from Denmark to Wernamude, Germany. Multi ethnic cruisers, met Bostonians, gal discussed football with C thru entire fire drill. At Show encouraged an Asian couple to dance, they bowed good night to us. Late nite listening to Motown, Great dinner and wine- now this is more like ...
... t make heads or tails of a confusing sign on one of the doors, but opened it anyway, and found ourselves in a real prison. Except the cell doors were open.
A helpful guide, who spoke only German, explained that when Gorbachev made it clear that the U.S.S.R. would not interfere with a peaceful end to the Cold War, the guards at this facility quietly stood by and permitted protesters to carry on a candlelight vigil.