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... eat. We had previously tried a couple but they were full so we ventured into a less popular place. The food was fine if a little bland but the desserts were nice and the espresso was excellent but the whole ambience of the place was rather dull. Still it filled us up and gave us enough energy to meander back to the hotel and collapse into bed. Tomorrow is planned to be a museum day, but plans change and ideas vary, so no chickens or indeed eggs are currently being counted .
... countryside but alas, no windmills in sight! A short subway ride and walk from the train station and we were at our hostel on the outskirts of the city. We knew we would only be there for one night so took it to relax and plan out our next few days in Berlin. Our hostel that we'll be staying in for the next 3 nights is ...
... allowing a proper sleep-in and unpack once or twice. Being able to travel to little towns has made me feel a little more sane, and not such a took-a-photo-ticked-that-box kinda tourist. We do a quick google or Pinterest search of things to do or see in that town to get an idea of it's size, then head off and wander around for the day. Freiburg had a huge Christmas market that was so bustly with travellers from surrounding towns. It was a ...
... our way.
Our lunch dinner was just as good as the first time. The owner or we think he was the owner was just as much fun as the last time. As we were getting ready to pay the bill we got talking to him about Australia and how his wife loved Tim tamss . he told us the story of how his doctor had told him he would not be able to have children so he and his wife decided to travel and went to Australia visiting Sydney ...
... were well treated while they worked ******* all the jobs, including building houses for the guards all around the camp. These prisoners were here to "rehab" and were under "protective custody" according to the SS guards.
Since all of this was legal according to Hitler's government, the prisoners were marched out to their work sites each day through the town of Oranienburg where the camp sat. Sometimes civilians would leave bits of food hidden for the prisoners to ...