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... no bridge!
After a great lunch in a little Italian Restaurant, with some Aussies that we met at HUBB-UK, it was time to head south to Crailsheim to visit some other friends, Tobi & Christine, and see how much Lena has grown since Christmas last year.
And boy! Has she grown!! She is now walking & talking and turning the charm on like a trooper!
But I digress. Whilst driving south, we took the B9, which is the ...
... a large amount of space. The meaning behind the memorial is different for everyone and a lot of people think that the memorial is pointless. Personally, as you walk through the memorial you can get a sense of entrapment, and conformity and order. It is daunting walking through the memorial, but not everyone gets this feeling. Ironically, the paint used to coat the concrete which prevents graffiti is made ...
... our flat to eat during the day. The areas with shade were the best to sit under.
The concentration camp we went to visit was called Sachsenhausen. It is located just outside of Berlin in a small town. There was so much to see at the camp, but the guide did a good job showing us around in the limited time we had.
We saw original restorations of parts of the camp, parts of the camp during Soviet occupation, and some small ...
... who was part of a plot to blow up hitler. If you haven't seen Valkyrie then I suggest you do - a few scenes in the movie were actually shot at this museum. The exhibits also detail the various assassination attempts on hitlers life and how close he came to death many many times. I also took a photo of the bendler block where Von Stauffenburg and his co conspirators were shot after their attempt on hitlers life failed and they were caught and executed ...
... a problem which was finally solved by hitchhiking to Brisbane and winning money counting cards at Blackjack; getting stuck between the borders of Thailand and Laos without a visa and having to ride to the nearest city on a bus full of goats and chickens, and really just a vast array of other ridiculous shena****ns straight out of a Hunter S Thompson novel. Someone who moves so fluidly through life, no wonder he's named after a ghost! And now he and his ...