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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... part for me was that it was literally, directly outside the hotel entrance - I couldn't just cycle off! Luckily, the only thing that got damaged throughout the entire affair, was my pride.
Over the couple of weeks, Paul and I found a routine each day that we generally stuck to. We aimed to be on the road by 9am, ensuring that we had taken full advantage of the continental breakfast on offer. After about 3 hours we had an official snack break, where we would reload ...
Having done the packing up last night, all we had to do today was disconnect everything and go, but we did it slowly and not early, as we only had 111 miles to go to our next site and were not allowed to arrive before 2pm.
We were sad to leave Grubhof as we had really enjoyed our time there, and the weather seemed to be set fair for the foreseeable future, but Germany was calling and off we went. It was an easy ...
... on prisoners, to aid the German Luftwaffe in building planes and training pilots. Just sick stuff.
Finally, we entered a barracks where the prisoners stayed at night. The way the bunks were arranged it looked like a chicken coop. You can see in one of the pictures. Our guide said this was one of the few places where prisoners could pretend to have a normal life. She said they once had a survivor come and visit Dachau and they asked him how did ...
... of a mosquito being electrocuted. We resorted to using this device every night, along with slathering ourselves in repellent which did an average job of repelling mosquitoes, but an excellent one of repelling one another. The majority of our budget during these two weeks was spent on antihistamines. I feel I should say that we were offered a room in the house, but chose the charm of the hut despite the mosquitoes. ...
... 15 minutes (took us half an hour as we got lost) from the centre.
We arrived at their lovely little cute apartment just before 6pm and had a great catch up before going to do some groceries for dinner and visiting Charlys parents whom live close by. Charly had to deliver a capsicum and pick up some bedding for Paul and me to sleep on. It was nice to meet Charlys parents. Her mum is Mexican and her dad German. Charlys dad showed us his collection of clocks ...