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... or there were no survivors to claim the funds.
Germany owns hundreds of Arts, that no one can claim, unless they can prove ownership.
SS soldiers took over empty dwellings and opened restaurants and other businesses. They even took possession of empty homes. If a surviving Jew did return, it was his/her responsibility to prove ownership. If it could not be done, the SS kept possession of ...
... which was one of the only Shuls not totally destroyed. Much of it had been but it was rebuilt and reopened in the 1990's. Today only a small room is used for services and the rest is a tribute to the Jews of Germany, some of their sacred belongings and stories. We climbed to the top of the dome for a great view of the city.
Final stop of the day was the Neues museum which houses Nefertitis head which is truly amazing. The girls were in awe of the ...
... my new roommate to arrive. I could tell we would be instant BFFs as we had the same travel backpack! Her name is Max and she is also from Toronto! We met the rest of the crew in the lobby at 7. Lots of Aussies, one Brit, three Americans and another Canadian couple from Winnipeg. Mostly an older group. There is one other girl travelling on her own, Nikki, from Australia, so Max, Nikki and myself ...
... services that together along with surface buses make up what we were to come to find out is a very formidable mass transit offering, rivaling even London. We were also soon to discover that to make the most out of it we could not rely on Google Maps for guidance as it seemed to ignore the U trains more often than not even when they provided a significantly faster and more direct path to a destination.
First stop was to meet our airBNB host. We had rented ...
... East-West divide. It was an overtly touristy area but offered interesting insights into the Cold War era and how the Wall was built, administered and finally torn down. After some ice-cream, we finally went took a pause at home. This comment probably comes too early in this post but I was massively impressed with Amy's stamina, and non-complaining attitude considering the amount of ground we were covering every single day.
For dinner we executed on an idea ...