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... what does NUTS Mean?
They soon found out, as the Allies broke back through the surrounding German forces, and went on to defeat the Germsns.
This LUXEMBOURG AMERICAN CEMETERY AND MEMORIAL, is a spectacular cemetery
and memorial, filled with 5,076 AMERICAN SOLDIERS who gave everything they had to
preserve our freedom. Within the cemetery, operated and maintained by the U.S. Government,
is a 5 story tall ...
... the four hours from Amsterdam to Berdorf, Luxembourg. Unfortunately it was a bit of an extended trip since Marieke's GPS kept telling me to get off the freeway during my turn to drive. Marieke said to ignore it, and we ignored it one too many times...oops.
When we finally arrived in Berdorf we got all our gear set up and crashed for the night. I was definitely the group charity case, being provided a tent, sleeping ...
... outside of Rome. Just next to it, we had a lovely lunch of pizza, and learned a lesson about ordering beer in Germany! (Judith had actually read about this in the phrase book, but didn't think about it until Karen's beer arrived. See pictures!) The default beer is half a liter, unless you specifically request something smaller. Good to learn now--the book points out that in Bavaria, the default can be a full liter! And we're going to Bavaria!
After lunch, we tried to take ...
... administration. He was posted to Poland during the German occupation. All German children were enrolled automatically in the Hitler Youth and she was forbidden to play with Polish children. She remembers sneaking some polish girls into a swimming pool. She said in a swimming suit, you can’t tell who is Polish and who is German.
When the Russians began their advance through Poland and toward Germany, their family returned to central Germany by train. ...
... off at a pace, pausing briefly at the Basilica. I thought it was an enormous, but extemely unadorned church inside. Then I read that it was built as the Aula Palantine (Throne Room) of Emperor Constantine - at the time, the second largest room in Christendom! The Romans wanted the architecture to express the magnificence and might of the emperor, and the sheer size of the great basilica still impresses. The elongated, rectangular brick building is 220 feet long, 90 feet wide and 98 ...