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Up early, lined up for the 7.30 ferry to Rostock, in Northern Germany, and ate our muesli in the car park. Six and a half hours, no free food this time, and we DID go up on deck to look at the view today. Very smooth, as all our sea crossings have been. Yesterday, Sweden and Denmark. Today Sweden and Germany. Yesterday Copenhagen, today Berlin. Drove 250 km to the ...
... in the grotto waters. Go to mass. Go to a special mass. Get a special scarf. Buy a plastic Virgin Mary water bottle and fill it with the healing waters from the grotto. Buy a candle. Light it. Buy a bigger candle. Light that! Buy a HUGE candle and get the special priest to light the biggest candle you've ever seen in your life! Purchase your candle from the holy candle vending machine, or order one online and have someone else light it for you. ...
... all different heights which when walking through it causes a feeling of confusion and uneasy. Some say this reflects how the Jews felt in the concentration camps but the memorial is completely open for personal interpretation.
We continued through it and walked to the site where Hitler’s bunker was built and where he committed suicide. It was a very non-descript site as the Germans do not want to make it a tourist attraction. It was never destroyed ...
... if I was in line I nodded and mmm-hmm and I was a Dane for two minutes. Cool.
Tuesday I toured Rosenberg Castle. It was nice enough, made of brick and pretty
on the inside, but small. In the
basement were the Danish crown jewels.
I’m a sucker for million dollar, solid gold, jewel encrusted things. Then I took the Metro to Christianshavn, the
island next to Copenhagen. My first stop
was Our ...
... in all of Europe. We walked to a memorial to commemorate all those lost in the concentration camps. MIT was a beautiful piece of art, walked through glass doors and all the stone steps, one had the names of concentration camps on it and others were plain, in the centre of the water was a triangle and there is. Flower, when the flower dies, the triangle roo known to the earth and a new flower is deposited in the centre. It was lovely. We ...