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... and by this time there was no evidence there had been an accident and maybe a death. They obviously don't allow the traffic to go until everything is cleaned up. The rest of the journey was uneventful. It just meant we didn't arrive in Arnhem till after dark. We worked out we must have seen thousands of trucks yesterday between Berlin and the border. It was ...
... block-long section of the infamous Berlin Wall, and in a courtyard below, a series of plaques with photos and texts about the events between 1933 and 1945.
It was factual and the horrors were presented without omissions. There were many people walking slowly from exhibit to exhibit, reading quietly and absorbing the awful truths.
I was surprised to even see one plaque devoted to the Nazi’s treatment of ...
... was responsible for this spectacle, the lack of English made any sensible explanation futile. Besides there was a line waiting their turn for a picture at Checkpoint Charlie.
With this soldier hovering over the checkpoint and the American flags used as props, the U.S. and German governments must have sanctioned this in some fashion. All in all, though, I wish I had just lived with my memories and avoided this side show.If you've gotten this far, we'll look at Auschwitz and Terezin ...
... the Pergamon Altar. It was pretty amazing but some of it had already been packed up in preparation for the restoration which was due to commence in a week. During this time the Museum will be closed - for 6 years. So, we just made it in time.
We went through the whole museum but didn't find any Egypt section. When we left we discovered why - the Egypt section is in the Neus Museum - d'oh!
After that Luci and Ari went home and ...
... I've said this before, I believe the greatest tragedy of our generation of baby-boomers was the assassination of John F. Kennedy. I often wonder how the world would be different today had he lived.
Back to the hotel to blog. Then I have to meet someone from Intercontinental Hotel. They want me to evaluate their service, face to face with an interviewer. We'll see how that goes.
The interview went well. I sang the praises of ...