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... entrance. Then we were instructed to look down and we saw a small bronze cobblestone with an inscription on it. This is a Stolperstein (stumbling block) and it was started as a private memorial and art project but later was subsidized by the German government. Each of these stones (which can be found all throughout Europe now) commemorate a single victim of Nazi violence with a stone placed at their last chosen place of residence. We ...
We stopped in Dresden today en route to Berlin. Most of you should be familiar with Dresden- maybe because it's yet another town that America bombed. Aye aye aye. The entire city was pretty much demolished near the end of WWII, but they quickly rebuilt everything that was destroyed. You can even tell the difference in the building's walls near the center of the town. We feasted on some ...
... everyone to go over and get our own Segways. Mariette then said that we would be going out on to the road!!!! I was quite apprehensive as I have never been on a bike on the road before, let alone some alien machine that so far I have only managed to steer backwards....?!? Anyway after 15mins or so of practice, we were off!! I found that if I tried to steer the Segway with my feet rather than using the pole, it was easier and I was surprised by how quickly I got ...
... perfect! Everyone got on really well, we were the only Aussies so that was also pretty cool. It's all about networking. One of the guys lives in London and is a Chelsea member. He said he could get us tickets and was more than happy to show us around London. We also met a Mexican lad who mentioned that where we are staying in Mexico is perfect. He reckons we will get the balance of the Mexican experience and safe with beautiful beaches, so that was re assuring.There were ...
... the West and
we set out for the hotel alone. This turned out to be a lowpoint of
Europe, if not the entire trip. We got to our subway station and
proceeded to ask for directions. We got the wrong directions and
ended up going a kilometer out of our way. We probably walked about
2, 2.5 kilometers, rolling our bags. One of the bearings inside the
roller wheels burnt out from the friction and I was down to two
working wheels out of four. I had ...