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... couple of those pictures as
The cow was from Nuremberg and it begged to be added to the
blog. So I also included that picture. I never could figure out the
significance of this cow. The store it stood in front of provided no clues
I hope that you enjoy these specific pictures as we had,
taking them and then adding them to the blog. (Kind of like the door knockers,
which can be found included in the Greek blog from 2010).
... bugs. But I guess that back then, when I looked at the year before that, it must have felt like an upgrade and must have helped to enjoy the day. It's the so called vicissitudes of fortune (I think, I just wanted to use a fancy word). On the other hand, some people do have a valid reason to celebrate this day, like the Spanish or the Brazilians: the former because they love me, the later because they idolize me. OK, alright, I'll admit it: that's not the reason... On ...
... perspective has been lost but these were 2 litre swing top bottles - full of beer of course. Remarkably cheap at €9 a bottle. A good souvenir but all around Central Europe is a long way to shlep such a big bottle - even an empty one. There were quite a few foreign beers represented including ones from Mongolia and Madagascar. These two stalls were manned by the appropriate Mongolian and ...
... off in account of following an order. He said that was a good question and that very few SS were actually convicted and those that were were let off after a few years in jail. Then we walked into the camp itself in pouring rain. I didn't let myself be cold though because I figured, take off my jacket, jeans, shoes amd get starved for 4 years then I can complain. Didn't stop some ppl though. Ppl were quite obviously perturbed by the cold and wet. And ...
... it was awesome and I couldn't have been happier to see them.
Unfortunately, I had to leave Sam and Natalya for a couple hours in the afternoon because I had a field trip with my history class to Sachsenhausen - one of the biggest concentration camps, just outside Berlin. Coming in, I had read and studied so much about the Holocaust, that I almost became numb to the statistics, to the sheer ...