Art Hotel Blaue Gans
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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So not a very peaceful night Bobby has taken to talking (very loudly) in his sleep. With that and multiple loo trips its was a very disturbed sleep. Heh ho never mind. Today will be spent doing the last bits of washing (towels and bedding) and swimming in the lake. Charlotte has requested that we go off to a nearby park so we will give that a go ...
... rid the world of one this evening. So a day to chill was had, Chicken Curry for tea. Ahhhh. Bobby Today was an AWESOME day I jumped in the lake about 2000 times from a long wooden pontoon. I made friends with a boy called Jay who is from Derby and going to be in year 4 in September. We played ping pong then we went in the lake. They are going to St Wolfgang tomorrow but we will play when they come back. Charlotte Today we made friends ...
... two days together. With a full belly, I walked over to Old Town to explore. I walked to Mirabell Palace and found the gardens. The flowers there have been planted in elaborate displays. The red flowers reminded me of the scene in Alice in Wonderland where the queen "paints the roses red". I walked on and discovered a group of local students playing classical music by the entry way. It set the scene perfectly and was a true sensation for the senses. I sat on ...
... at the top was closed and the weather was again looking dodgy so while we might make it to the top, we might not get back down if the weather went worse. So that idea was scrapped. Before returning the car we visited hangar 7, owned by the owner if red bull. He has taken a variety of planes and cars, painted them in the red bull logos and then put them on dismay for free. At the top of the hangar dome he has had a glass cubicle board room built. Very ...
... I decided I would visit Dachau Concentration Camp in Dachau, Augsburg area despite having had previous reservations about going. This camp was the first German concentration camp opened in 1933. Its purpose was to house Hitler’s political opponents and very soon it became a theatre of unforgettable dehumanisation and suffering. I spent a very silent morning working my way through the museum exhibits ...