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... to pee about every 20 minutes-no lie) and then got a drink. It was a hot summer day and we wanted to stay hydrated. I knew my dad was looking forward to coming to the camp, so I decided to let him go on his own and the kids and I would meet up with him a couple of hours later. I wanted to be careful about what the kids saw and heard while we explored the camp. The 3 of us headed to the main gate where the prisoners would enter. We saw the old railroad tracks and ...
... and a fellow traveler staying in the same dorm room as me. The train journey to Füssen was about 2 hours long before a short bus trip up to the bottom of the mountain the castle sits on top.
... walked through another area where we were invited to a short mass in a church located on the site. After that we walked over to the section where the crematorium was. We walked through and learned about how horrible these innocent people were treated. It was extremely brutal to actually be on this site but I was very interested to learn about this piece of history.
After Dachau, we took the train back to Munich where we had lunch in the train station at a ...
Munich and Dachau
Happy 50th Bday Steve… my bad! I got up early to Facetime him and wish him a happy birthday but he was still asleep!!
Today's drive wasn't along and again the lovely countryside helped pass the time, lots of sore heads this morning though. Once we checked into the hotel we were straight out for a walking tour with a Calfornian guy names Kyle. Kyle's lived here for 5 years ...
... in their name. I would guess that this direction was into a valley, probably in the middle ages. This city goes back to the 10th century and many of the breweries were started in the 15th century. So this city goes back to as early as the Holy Roman Empire.
So we got to Paulaner im Tal, and were invited in to sit where we wanted. The waiter gave us both German menus and there were some things there I didn’t recognize. He realized ...