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... Sachsenhaussen was a hard labour camp not an extermination camp. It started off having only German prisoners through who were unionists, communists and socialists. If they worked hard then they would be set free. Once back in Berlin we went out for a traditional German meal at an old brewery. Was delicious!! We even got to sit outside and enjoy the ...
... along the the railway lines were these funny little houses, the type that you may find that hobbits lived in. These houses were surrounded with gardens. Veges by the look of things. People from the towns rent these plots so they put their green fingers to the test! Surely, they don't live in these "sheds" when they come to tend to their crops. You couldn't swing a cat in them!
Maddie, had also spotted several buildings that had dome ...
The train ride from Amsterdam to Germany was really cool because we were in first class and there was a bar at the end of the train which Milan kept nagging everyone to go to. We had to swap trains at Hannover and we had a big table on the second train so we played cards. We caught to separate taxis to our hotel the Melia hotel it was really, I slept in mums room the ...
... for him, none of the 20 bed dorms that I experienced in South America. We decided that our first couple of nights we would stay quiet and just have a few night cap beers so that we could do a couple of tours while not feeling crook. The first tour we did was the free walking tour. We had an awesome guide (Rob from Manchester) and that made the tour so much better. We visited sites like; Hitler's bunker where he committed suicide, the Berlin Wall, checkpoint Charlie, the ...
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