Pension Am Kutschi
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... they they assigned each man with a job. This could be simple work like working in the kitchen or work details that were extremely dangerous where you would more than likely die, like the brick factory. One was testing out shoes. Companies would pay the Nazis to have their shoes tested. Here the prisoners were forced to spend their entire day at double speed, a light jog, along the shoe-testing tracks testing the shoes. The tracks were built by a research ...
Another moving day, only two more to go before we fly home. We caught up with the boys via Skype and FaceTime and were pleased to see Rex happily eating his dog food once Sam had grated cheese onto it. One to the dog.
We were catching EC174 from Prague hln to Berlin hbf and were to be in carriage 255 in seats 41 and 43. The train pulled into the station and we had to move to the other end of the station as, so ...
... have been my Mum and Dad on the other side.
It was freezing cold so we went back to the hotel and had dinner. We went for a swim and there was a little girl that was playing with us in the pool. It was awesome staying up late.
The next morning we went for a walk around the city and saw lots of big buildings. Then we got on the train to Prague. We were in our own cabin and you get to pull the chair down and ...
... also sad places like the location of the book burnings in front of the national library and also the area where Hitler had his bunker. I very interesting day filled with sad memories and also happy memories and hope for the city! Also went past the spot where Kennedy made his famous speech and declared himself a jelly donut! "I am a Berliner" he said in German. A Berliner is a jelly ...
... kind of mind-boggling to be in East Berlin with the suffering it has symbolized for the last 70 yrs in particular.
Much of East Berlin is a modern city with high-rise buildings, shops, restaurants, cafes and everything you'd expect in a big city. But there are the reminders of the communist years including memorial portions of the Berlin Wall, some clearly marked lines of where the wall stood, Check Point Charlie and the Jewish Memorial site.
We toured ...