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... as the guards would drown people in the baths. Beside that were broom closets in which people were forced to stand, sometimes in such tight quarters that they suffocated. In the open field, there is a walkway in the shape of half a circle. This is where the Nazis used to make the prisoners walk & test military footwear, often with heavy weight strapped to their backs. They had no regard for proper shoe sizing, causing permanent foot/toe deformities, and would ...
... for a drink, but in itself that made us all laugh and cheered us up, so we had a little pub crawl followed by a traditional German dinner and then got the train home that night. Having read lots online about what to see and do when in Berlin we all agreed we wanted to visit a concentration camp; it was an important trip to make and whilst I was a bit nervous we decided to spend our third day at Sachsenhausen. It's very hard to describe the time we spent there. There was lots to see ...
... a K...like every other street in Berlin. S, K, close enough.
I came back in my room, took a power nap, and went back out to play cards with some more people.
I met some people who I really hit it off with, one being a sweet Australian with a kind smile. We all decided to go to a Jazz show, something I see all the time back at home, but it seemed foreign to everyone else. After a few drinks and inhaling enough secondhand cigarette smoke to kill a small ...
... an amazing tour guide who was able to explain everything in such a way that you really were about to understand and process the things that happened during World War Two. If I had to take one thing away from that day spent in Sauchesenhausen, it would be a quote that our guide said, "If you understand history then you are able to stop it from happening again." Being able to see everything for myself in these places helped me understand the Holocaust in a different ...
... the transport where to go etc. exactly what you need when getting to a new city. We skipped lunch so was looking forward to dinner. Our lonely planet book recommended a place that happened to be across the road, unbeknownst to us until the next morning. It was sick! It was a micro brewery, cheap as chips and a schnitzel to die for. If this was the theme for Prague I'm getting excited! Food in the belly and the taste buds satisfied through the sample plate, we were happy ...