Hotel Cocoon Sendlinger Tor
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... down again. However, everything went OK & I was able to negotiate all of the track, but I was about at the limit of my mountaineering nerve. It was a fantastic hike & we had fabulous views from the ridge at the top. We had lunch with the lady who lived on that farm & then drove for probably 1 ½ hours back to the farm near Schleitheim. I felt very privileged to enjoy this experience, as not every tourist would get this opportunity.
... were able to tour a barrack where they had stayed, the bunker for "special prisoners" whom Hitler intended to make examples of, and the two crematoriums and gas chamber that had been constructed. After spending hours touring the facilities and the museum, we gathered as a group to reflect on our experience, picking out exhibits that spoke to us and how we would be affected into the future. I would not call Dachau a must see attraction, but I will say it's a valuable experience ...
... He had a lot of knowledge of the camp and also had his
own opinions as a German. He was funny in an appropriate way, as much as you
can be in a concentration camp memorial, making the tour light hearted and not
depressing, ensuring that the memories of the prisoners were remembered and
The camp itself was horrid. I felt so far removed, it was impossible to
actually picture 1000s in each bunker, or 70,000 held there in ...
... right away! They are both from Italy so when I go and visit there I will be sure to contact them beforehand. I had a Skype interview with GOGO vacations on Friday night so I couldn’t really go out and see any last minute sights. At this point I was completely packed and ready to leave tomorrow. Katrin and I ate some chocolate desserts and watched Sherlock Holmes (one of her favorite shows). The next day was supposed to be a relaxing one where we would go get a coffee ...
... supplying medications to the other three hospitals. This was quite a different concept than we are used to. After the presentation we were given a tour of the pharmacy. They had a big robot that did most of the picking of the medications. Another thing that was different than in the United States was medication was picked for each ward rather than individually for each patient. At the hospital we were visiting, medications were pulled and delivered ...