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... and field and swimming. The American boys even had a chance to learn at bit of handball.
The rest of the afternoon was spent touring downtown Magdeburg and free time to explore on our own. The boys played a pick-up game of basketball while we sat and had cappuccino while people watching.
Tomorrow is Weimar and Buchenwald.
... enjoying a wonderful German buffet.
The next day was somewhat low-key. We had a chance to tour Sportgymnasium, Madison's host school. All the kids who attend are athletes. They come here because the curriculum and schedules are tailored around their training. Many of the students here have gone on to
become top national and even Olympic athletes. Their sports range ...
... being picked up by the Nazis. The movie, which my Uncle helped support, and participated in was based on a 50 year reunion of the war's end by some of the survivors meeting back at the school. The movie has a number of interviews of people, then children in the school as well as old photos of the children then and the Headmaster and teachers, who were ultimately responsible for saving many of their lives. The reunion included some of the beloved staff ...
... 4"x4") installed in the sidewalks in front of properties where Jewish Holocaust victims lived throughout many German communities. We have seen quite a few of them including one of the properties my father lived. These tiles are engraved with the names of those lost.
Feliks does not want any tiles on the ground, but instead a fairly large plaque on the front of the property. My cousin Steve has been here twice before and last time volunteered to ...
... the trains were on time. Minimizing the number of changes and extending the transfer times meant that we can't get a super-saver fare. However it is better to save wear and tear on bikes, bodies and nerves rather than money.
After a very late breakfast we packed a flask and walked along the Elbe back into the centre of town taking pictures of the various historical churches as we went. We were back in our room just after noon. The rest of ...