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... to make a run for it, there were also attempts to burrow under it, glide over it and slide down a stretched zip line over it. Some of the attempts were Rube Goldberg inventive. All were gut-wrenching harrowing. Few were successful. And every time an attempt was made it was all over the TV news worldwide. While the figure for those who died trying is known, there is no comprehensive figure for those who made it. The families of the success stories still in the ...
... camp and the National memorial by the GDR, however todays focus was on the concentration camp between 1936-1945. Sachenshausen was a prison labour camp where prisoners were given a work detail and literally worked until there death, more than 200000 people were imprisoned here simply for being a political opponent, homosexual, mentally disabled, or jewish. Seeing the layout of the barracks reminded me of the Barters ...
... in the centre of the river and about half of it is taken up by museums. I decided to visit the Pergamon museum and was more impressed that I expected to be. The Pergamon alter (which is where the museum gets it's name) is very impressive. When I walked into the room that houses it I actually exclaimed wow. It's giant. I decided I was close enough to walk back to the hostel and I was able to see a bit more of Berlin. It is certainly not as pretty as the other cities I've been too and ...
... been so overloaded- I just could not believe how. Any people were packed and squashed up into this one tram. Getting off was a struggle and also a relief. We finally got home and were relieved that we made it home to warmth ( we were so cold) and that we did experience a unique New Year's Eve celebration in Berlin. Tomorrow we farewell this amazing place on our journey back home! I don't want to leave! Happy birthday ...
... max. Unfortunately we missed out on Alessandro's restaurant and Antonio's birthday party on the next night which was sad. I also missed a day of school. My elbow was so sore for days, and even now over a week after it's still very sensitive. I can move my arm now but it still hurts a little to bend it into the arm of my jacket or lean on it on my desk. It's still a little hard to sleep on my left side also. I think it would have had to be ...