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... gave good insight into how good people can initiate or passively watch bad things. In the opening and closing remarks, the film reflects upon how this relates to the Nazi era - something that hit home in a room of Germans that still may be coming to terms with their past.
Thanks Göttingen for a fun night of collective learning - it was inspiring to see so many people excited by science.
... I decided to take part, but first I needed a young school-age child. Fortunately, we do have one friend here who is a father of a young girl going to kindergarten. They are a French family, so we are all experiencing this tradition together for the first time.
That achieved, I needed to make the cone. This is not difficult, as many shops cater to this tradition with cones of ...
... clearly is proud of its heritage. A current exhibit at the old Rathaus is displaying over 150 black & white photo portraits of living Nobel laureates from around the world. The photographer, Peter Badge, also has an accompanying book that includes descriptions of each individual.
For more information on Göttingen's laureates, visit this resource from the university.
... empty otherwise.
We were getting to know a few of the other riders doing the whole Weser trail to Bremen or even to Cuxhaven on the North Sea, They are often older couples, but also a number of women doing the tour on their own. It was nice to have a chat with a few of these riders on our rest stops.
Today with the wind we managed to ride only 17km before the lure of an isolated little riverside cafe at Reileifen stopped us. We watched a group of ...
Frau Peters put on a good breakfast with two types of cheese, boiled eggs, salami, ham, cucumber, tomatoes, fresh bread rolls seeded bread, jams and sour cream washed down with coffee and tea.
First ride was to Kloster Bursfelde, a very old church first build in 1068. It has been on the Pilgerweg (Pilgrims trail) for centuries.
Lunch at Bad Karlshafen. The valley closes in and the town is squeezed in.The architecture of the town is more french as the ...