Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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Clean but small
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This morning we drove from Salzburg, Austria to Munich, Germany. The drive was beautiful with the Alps on our left and farmland all around. We did think it was interesting that Austrian and German barns and houses are the same structure: the barn is on one end and the house on the other. They look very efficient and large! Today we took a bus tour …
Moving further east, we got up this morning and headed for other lands. It was another early morning departure for another bus ride,but we knew that this time the ride would be shorter and we would have longer stops. Our first stop was still in Switzerland where we had to stop for the bus driver to take a 15 minute break. The rest area was …
... the cool buildings and main sites, and gathering an idea of how Germany lives and works. You could tell that Germany is by far the most developed and safest country out of the other ones from Europe that we've been to. It was almost like Sydney even! But all the buildings here have a very distinct German feature or feel to them.
... center, Marienplatz, and found the tour group for Dachau. Our tour guide was a friendly English man named Tom. We also met a few other people from our group including Andrea and Luis, siblings who lived in Fort Lauderdale and LA and then Amanda and Brandon, two students from UF. The group took a subway to the main train station, a train out to Town of Dachau, and then a bus to the concentration camp just outside the city limits.
... no rights. They do not have the right to a phone call, they do not have the right to a lawyer, they do not have the right to a trial, they do not have any rights. Dachau was by no means the largest concentration camp set up by the Nazis, but by being the first it held great significance. The Dachau ways were tried, tested, revamped, tested again, revamped again… until it had become an efficient, torturing, killing machine. After it was perfected ...