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Happy 51st birthday Habibi- and guess what he wanted to do - go to Dachau today. Whilst I wanted to go, I was not so sure a concentration camp was a nice thing to visit on his birthday. Never the less armed with research on how to go there by oneself rather than a tour, off we went.
The day cost us a day pass on the train which covered …
They say in Germany you can tell the time by the trains, well today it was something to see grumpy Germans coping with delays of up to 100 minutes! We had prebooked our big journey from Cochem up and then across Gemany all the way to Munich via the high speed ICE train most of the way - and it would still take us 6 hours in trains including …
... most people in Munich speak some english which makes it very slack on our behalf. We also couldn't visit Munich without seeing the famous beer hall - Hofbrauhaus. For some more history it was originally built in 1589 by Bavarian Duke Maximillian, during WWII bombing destroyed all but the first floor and took until 1958 to rebuild. It's a place enjoyed by tourists and locals for eating and drinking while being entertained with music. Obviously less busy in winter with the outside ...
... set with smoked salmon, butter, bread basket
-Bavarian sausage with pretzel. Pun sir reminded me of the sausages via WhatsApp the night before. Great white sausages :)
During lunch it was raining, then we returned to Marienplatz by train. We hopped around, looked for Jack Wolfskin. I didn't like the bags. Then we went into Muller and bought 40 euros ...
... 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 ...