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... that the queue was discovered. A plane from the UK full of EU citizens still took over 30 minutes to get through passport control - its a disgrace I tell you, all these foreigners coming here taking out jobs, eating our pies, drinking our tea ! (sorry, may have got carried away there); anyway we eventaully got a taxi which deposited us at the hotel superbly. The driver was very keen for us to phone him to take us back to the airport on Monday and we had to tell him we were ...
... down on us so it was really nice just to clear our heads and enjoy the beautiful environment around us. After a while we headed back to the hostel where we decided it would be a great idea to sit in the hammocks outside. This however turned out to be not such a great idea as both of us ended up falling on our bums and making a right fool of ourselves! We spent the rest of the evening eating out and relaxing in the common ...
... were perhaps a week apart, and maybe two weeks since I wrote this blog. While we were staying in Switzerland we decided to have a day trip into Southern Germany. I had wanted to see the castles of Bavaria, but failing this we went to Freiburg, a little town west of Bavaria, next to the Black Forest. Why we chose Freiburg, I can't quite remember. It is so convenient having a rail pass, and we have been so lucky to be able to jump on a train and go ...
... and I walked down the street to the Buredin Museum where we spent some time looking at a Paul Keys exhbit before crossing the road and visiting their other museum that had a large collection of Picasso paintings. This collection included sketches, sculptures as well as many of his paintings. It was a fantastic collection.
We returned to the unit where Ronny offered to drive us down to the main street in search of ...
... 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. ...