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... flying a German flag is considered too nationalist and is frowned upon. The country is very blunt with its unfortunate history, but they do not hide it like most others. High schoolers are required to visit not one but two different concentration camps to graduate. Remember, Germany as a country is relatively young, especially for Europe. After all the Germanic tribes coerced, they have lost two world wars, suffered decades of economic despair, been split ...
... through the gardens, many people cheered USA to me since I was wearing the soccer jersey! Proud to be an American! I searched for the beer garden and luckily found it before I got really lost! I had a pint of beer under the sun and with the locals. After writing my blog and extreme people watching, I wanted to get back to the hostel and just regroup. Being at Dachau drained me. Please go to one of the concentration camps if you ever are near one because it will change ...
... being fine. My last "German" meal was a tall beer and pizza. I boarded my flight to Copenhagen and then Amsterdam. Taking trains are a lot easier than flying, waiting and boarding the plane takes a lot out of you. When I got to Amsterdam I had to find the right bus to take to my hotel. I found the wrong bus. I ended up walking two miles with my heavy bags on my back to the hotel. Today was an exhausting travel day but it's worth it to see ...
... was the first camp opened by the Nazis for political prisoners and was used as a model for the rest of the concentration camps. The camp existed for 12 years and had over 200,000 prisoners. The camp was liberated in 1945 by the US army. In 1965 the memorial site was established. We got an audio guide and set out along the "path of the prisoners". The iron gate that is the entrance to the camp and what the prisoners first saw reads ...
... up, we had breakfast and packed away the tent which was soaking and I had my first bush toilet experience. The romanticised walk to our bush camp had already started to loose appeal, I wonder how difficult things might get. Jane: Kate and I cracked open a bottle of wine then I thought... Humm was that I good idea realising I didn't want to have to go to the loo too often when bush camping! ...
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