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... Belsen concentration camp. Many of their bodies were buried in mass graves in the former camp following liberation. So far, only 10,000 victims of the concentration camp are known by name (Anne Frank is one). The cemetery that we saw contains 15 individual and 13 mass graves. Even though it was quite a "heavy" day, I wouldn't take back the experience and enrichment I received from going there. Our bus gets back into Celle and we are off to Berlin for the next ...
... so good that it was hard to pass up. Plus cake for breakfast is much better than eggs or a sandwich. When we were tired of walking around we just went back and hung out in our hotel room. The Broncos were on at 10:30pm, so I started watching that online. Watching pegs go across a virtual field is much less climatic and exciting as watching in the TV. However, beggars can be choosers. Then the Internet went out after the first quarter, so that was the end of my football watching. Oh ...
There are almost 500 half-timbered houses, which make this town look like your traditional & cliche German town! Our first stop in toeing the town (besides the cute shop we found and bought scarves) was the Ducal Palace. The foundation walls are from 1292 and was the residence of the Guelphic dukes until 1705. The palace was pretty cool and they had some actual furniture that used to be in the palace when it was being used. There was also a small exhibit dedicated to ...
Today we visited Wittenberg - the town where Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the doors of the Castle Church. We toured Luther's House, the Philipp Melanchthon House, and the Parish Church of St. Mary. It was market day in the square and there was ...
... and Dad, expect another package). It was time for another goodbye. We had really enjoyed our time in Heteren with Jan and Joke. We really enjoyed their company and appreciated all the kind hospitality.
Again, we caught the train from Ede to Amsterdam. We met Marielle and boarded a train bound for Germany. It was a long ride. Two trains; the first was just **** and second delayed ...
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