Visiting Slaughterhouse 5 in Dresden, Germany | Evan Edinger Journey #Germany #vacation





I went on a Kurt Vonnegut tour of Dresden and acquired to go down into the Slaughterhouse 5 that Vonnegut was saved in as a POW. Outrageous. If you have not examine the e book Slaughterhouse 5, I suggest it! It is a excellent e book!
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  1. About the Emporer's New Clothes thing: "Des Kaisers neue Kleider" is actually a Danish fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen which is pretty well known in Germany, so although I'd love to think the store is referencing Panic!, it probably got it's name from the story

  2. The train, you took to Dresden is from my countrey! It's Czech! And all our inter city trains look like that, specially the older ones. 😉 Wow I am proud, you almost went to Prague and to my city Brno! 😀

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