Bergmann Boardinghouse Berlin
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... get to clean off, but of course it was deathly gas they were showered with instead of water. Both of these methods ended with the bodies being cremated and ashes being piles in mass graves.
Sachsenhausen was one of the first camps and was to be used as a model for others. Although the design of this camp was not reused in other camps because it made it difficult to expand the camp, this didn't stop tours and journalists from coming to visit and learn about the camp. ...
Today I got to go to Berlin with everyone in my program (so all of the Germans who are coming to the US with us in fall, as well as all of the MSOE students). We took a train there, which was about 3.5 hours in total. The train ride was interesting because you could tell when you got into former East Germany, which was really not far from Lübeck as Lübeck is pretty much the farthest east city in former West Germany. Former East Germany is still ...
... years ago this was the most important shopping place in Berlin. Food was typical Berlin style , Kathy had a pasta plate and I had beef. Dinner was good and the German biers were also very nice.
It was a long day and after strolling passed the shops and the Christmas Market we retired for the day. Tomorrow is early, with a train that we are catching at 10:46. We will take a taxi to the Bahnhof (Haupt), because of the luggage challenge.
... cream, butter, and gravy sauces and served with a side of deep-fried potatoes or various other forms of carbohydrates and fat. It was so delicious! Monday we went to dinner at the home of one of her colleagues, Helene, a veterinarian from Belgium who has also worked throughout Africa doing various fascinating things. She made amazing chanterelle mushroom pasta and a scrumptious fresh salad with cheese and walnuts. Then on Tuesday we ate at a place that serves only ...
... after the war. We proceeded down Unter din Linden (the main street downtown) amidst more construction sites, heading towards the Brandenburg Gate. The statue of Frederic the Great is on the way so we stopped to take a photo of the leader who is regarded with "mixed reviews" - some Germans drop "the Great" part and replace it with "the Second." The Brandenburg Gate was much larger than we had imagined and stands strong and proud as a memorable symbol for the city - ...