Amelie Messe ICC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we spent the whole day visiting Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, 35km north of Berlin. Needless to say, it was very sobering. It was also very interesting and an excellent history lesson. The camp was originally established for the Germans who didn't fit in with the Nazi's view of society and each were branded with a different coloured triangle - political dissidents (red triangle), homosexuals (pink), criminals (green), unemployed or "work shy" (white), ...
... it encompasses everything I want out of my study abroad experience. No, this is not taking the easy way out with my answer, at least in my mind. This past semester, I took a course called “The Philosophy of the City.” I learned about the theory behind the need for cities and it intrigued me. Until last summer I never had the experience of living in a city, and while I enjoyed living ...
I thought he'd win €100. The other people around were smiling and it all felt quite intense. As Dane was grabbing another €50 from his wallet, the operator practically had his hands on it and pulled it out. He gestured down towards the cups. Dane pointed to where the ball was but, there, it was not. I'm pretty sure that he switches the place of it while everyone else in the team is distracting you and keeping your eyes off the game. Once ...
... were banned because a lot of the property in the bunkers belonged to other people, not the tour company. It was interesting to see how small some is the rooms were and to imagine many people squeezed in, just waiting and waiting for the raid to be over. There were also a lot is remains left in various bunkers all over Germany that were displayed behind glass, so many gas masks, a baby gas capsule, guns, helmets and everyday things like shoes and ...
... when journalists and tours came through, anything that was "wrong" was blamed on the prisoners. For example, the visitors were lied to and told they the laundry room at the camp has both hot and cold water and clothes can be washed every day. This was definitely not true so when one journalist decided to test the "hot" water tap and only cold water came out, the guard's response was that the prisoners were too lazy to turn on the boiler. On these tours it was made to look like ...