AHORN Seehotel Templin
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... food... but still managed to eat it all. Now, back in our hotel room, we are all packed and ready for our 3:30 wake-up to catch a taxi to the airport. We have three flights tomorrow, the longest being 12 hours long. Hopefully the plane is comfy! It's been a long and absolutely incredible trip. We've had the most amazing time discovering Amsterdam, Belgium and Germany together. We have seen some of the most awe inspiring things, and together we really made some cool things happen. We ...
Another RE train ride took us to Chorin - the site of a ruined monastery which you can walk along a clearly marked trail from the station through some woods to get to. Again, very pretty location where, during the summer, you can attend concerts. Now tell me that a monastery isn't a great place for that :)
... the gate. He explained to us that during the later years of the war, all decisions that affected any concentration/labor camp throughout Europe were made in this building. Our tour guide told us that Sachsenhausen was deemed the model of all concentration camps. When foreign dignitaries from Spain or Italy came to see a camp, they would be shown Sachsenhausen. Additionally, there are many propaganda pictures showing Sachsenhausen as a humane and clean camp. Obviously ...
Sachsenhausen is a camp just outside of Berlin that was a work camp during the Nazi regime and a prison camp while the Soviets governed East Germany. I'm not going to talk about the experience much or how it made me feel as I think it would cheapen the memories and experiences of those imprisoned there. I took very few pictures while I was there, again out ...
... not really walk along the lake because it was all fenced off private property and the woods seemed to have fences too. We were slightly disappointed to say the least. We figured that we might as well get on a train to Hamburg instead and look at the countryside that way.
We took the train from the small town back to the outside of Berlin. That was as far as we managed to get. The connecting train just disappeared. It was on the screen ...