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... Although it is really complicated at first, I like that everyone takes the time to recycle so thoroughly. It makes everything here a lot nicer.
We are located in the heart of city close to many restaurants, stores, markets and best of all the English Garden, which I can not wait to go too! I am excited to explore the surrounding area more. I know we are going to be very happy here!
... arrived early and headed off with a group (30+) to The town of Dachau. Our guide (owner of the company) was very knowledgeable and balanced in his guiding. Giving impartial but detailed insights and information Having been to Auschwitz/Birkenau camps some years ago, I was hesitant. That experience changed me and I wasn't sure I needed to do that again. This it turned out was different. Where Auschwitz was a death camp. This was definitely a work camp. But a work you to death ...
... We also found out that the police will do random checks on certain trains and if you are caught without a ticket you have to pay a fine.
We were still struggling to understand the system when we realized that we had to take the line from the airport, go past the stop we needed, switch to another line, and then go back to our stop. Being the classic do-it-yourself guys that we are, we decided that instead of wasting so much time going past our stop and ...
I woke up with a real sense of anticipation this morning. I was going to Oktoberfest again. Not only that, but I was going to remember having pork knuckle today. There was no way it could be anything but an amazing day! I know you're all jealous already! Once again I made a strategic decision to skip breakfast - some might think that's a bit foolish, but when faced with going to a festival absolutely full of native food and heaps of other choices, or a general continental (I think ...
... start with a tour of the Dachau Concentration camp. Sadly, there wouldn't be an Israel, if not for the Nazi Holocaust. Millions of Jews tortured, gassed and multilated as Hitler's "final solution of the Jewish problem." Dachau was the first camp and the training ground for the other infamous death camps around Europe. In all there were over 140 concentration camps operated by Hitler's infamous SS division where political prisioners, pastors, ...