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... bank that make up our historical narrative.
This question become more conflictual when one considers how sensitive people can become when a controversial and shameful topic like the Holocaust comes to the table for discussion. What do we do with all the stuff that people would perhaps rather put in a box and lock up in the backs of their brains. One answer, that is actually the topic of some controversy in Munich, is to ...
Final morning in this amazing city of Cesky Kromlov. Life here was very simple and relaxed. We both wished that we could stay another day. Walked the laneways near our hotel for a last photo opportunity and souvenirs. Called a taxi to drive us to our car parked outside the City walls. Our driver was born in Cesky, and he took the time to share his understandings of the history of the place. Today we travelled back to Munich, ...
... hits all the naughty children who won't be getting presents from Santa Claus. Once we reached Hofbrauhous we all ate traditional German meals such as pretzels, pork knuckle, veal schnitzel, pork belly potato salad and of course sauerkraut, whilst downing litres of beer in steins...what a ...
... little hope of living beyond the those walls. I just can't wrap my mind around the reality of what happened to human beings there. I know it's called sin in the world but it was a somber realization today of the magnitude of it.
We have ended up in Munich tonight. On our way into the city, we saw parts of the Olympic park. It seems like a very lively city with lots of interesting buildings to look at near the city centre. We watched some really raw and fun young street ...
... camps. There was a museum with great information, but that was a depressing place. I'm glad I got to see it, since it makes the whole thing seem even more real, but I don't think I'd ever want to go back. It was TOO real. The ground that I was standing on is where people were neglected beyond belief and bodies were piled. It was fittingly a rainy day.
After Dachau, we went back into Munich to shop and get ...
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