Pension Bornholmer Hof
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... conducted around 40 different types of experiments, including sterilizations, castrations, experimenting with hepatitis, inserting infectious material into incisions of the muscle, and testing the effects of potassium cyanide, phosphorous and other toxins on the human body. These experiments were mainly done on prisoners with disabilities.
Today was a sad day but I'm glad we went. This is terrible history but we can never forget what happened at these camps. ...
... but ended up with the Asian experience, catching bits of the country side when waking. Arrived in Berlin to Kevin singing "Dad's Army" tune softly of cause. Navigated by train part way to hotel then got lost (only cause the compass doesn't seem to work here) & gave in to a taxi ride. In room and have our first lot of rain, thunder & lightening too. Berlin train station is massive and the city looks very ...
... casserole and of course, a beer. 15th October. Tristan flew in from Glasgow were he'd been visiting his friend Aidan who is recovering from an accident. It's been over three months since we've seen each other and it was so lovely to be together again. We three had planned to travel to Prague today however our plans were thwarted as upon arriving at Hauptbahnhof railway station we learned that a train drivers strike had stopped all journeys until the next morning. After ...
It was off to the Kaizer grocery beside our hotel for a snack then we made tracks for the KaDeWa department store - 645,000 sq ft on 6 floors with high end brands like Gucci, Prada, Rolex..... You get the picture.
On the 6th floor is a wide range of food- cured and fresh meats, desserts, wines, spirits along with little bar areas to have a coffee or small meal. This is quite the place.
In the evening, Shelly & Joan went to KaDeWa while ...
After a mid-afternoon train from Amsterdam, we crossed the border into Germany in the least Teutonicly efficient way you could imagine. Our train was three and a half hours late, after its (German) air conditioning unit broke down, forcing us to change trains twice, arriving in Berlin shortly before midnight. It also led to a immediate and uncomfortable transition from speaking only English to Dutch people, to my speaking only German to Deutsche Bahn officials. (By the by, ...