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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... on the outskirts of Munich! Apart from two others we were the only ones to get off the bus there, with the others staying at a hostel in the city. I think it is safe to say they were happy to see the back of us!!
The other party (Ryan, Lee, Jake, Joe and of course Steve) were already there, they were doing a road trip via Amsterdam, Munich and Berlin and had arrived late last night and crashed on the picnic tables! We all chin wagged for a few beers, when ...
... 1926. The party at it's first meeting only had about 120 people but people were curious. Wondering who this charismatic man was. Inspired by Mussolini, Hitler preached about a centralized government, anti-communist and anti-Jewish principles, removal of the Treaty of Versailles and the lifting of war sanctions. He knew he need to win power and couldn't just seize it but in the first running the party only gained 2% of the vote in Berlin and Bavaria.
Hitler used ...
... just to show what it was like after the fire. We had lunch outside a restaurant next to the covered bridge. We walked around Lucerne & then caught a train to Basel & a tram to the Rhine River. There were even more people floating down the river, which flows quite quickly & it was very hot for Switzerland. In fact a digital thermometer in the street showed 38 degrees. It was also a Saturday, which would have been why there were so many people in the river. ...
Another big day, tour to the Neuschwanstein Castle - think of "New Swan Castle"...... This was the castle that inspired Disney's Sleeping Beauty Castle and the Chitty Chitty Bang Bang castle. Built by "Mad" King Ludwig II who was besotted by mythology. Unfortunately no photos were allowed inside, but it was very ...
... nor did any of his diary entries suggest he had suicidal thoughts. Additionally, Gudder's body showed signs of heavy bruising around his head, shoulders, and neck, which of course led many to believe the Ludwig had murdered him by strangulation. Furthermore, the autopsy done on Ludwig's body showed no water in his lungs, indicating he did not drown.
So what exactly happened? Well not to complicate things any more than they already ...