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... 1930's, anyone that stood against him would quickly find themselves in the Dachau Concentration Camp. This would include Doctors, Priests, Lawyers, Council Workers and also your common criminals. It wasn't till WW2 started, did the camp start to house enemies of Germany, which included the Jews. As the Dachau Concentration Camp was based so close to Munich and therefore Hitler, this camp was the model camp for all the future Concentration Camps to be ...
We arrived in München (Munich), slept and went to my cousin Alcira's place in Langenargen by lake Knonstanz where Switzerland and Austria meet. A beautiful place...Alcira and her husband, Jorgan's house where they raised their 2 children Veronica & Manuel. They took us around to visit some small towns with town halls...and much history, the lake, the orchards ...
... spiral staircase we ambled to the top and then took in the amazing views. We then wandered along some of the shopping strips before making our way to the beautiful English Garden, a 4km stretch of park in Munich. We saw the crazy Germans swimming in the fast torrent of the river and then traipsing back in their bathers along the garden paths, tonnes of people sunbaking (with or without clothes on) and then wetsuit-clad surfers jumping into the river to ride a ...
... chicken. Good beer and food.
Then we walked back using anothe route and back towards the Marineplatz
and then to Karsplatz area. Stopped for latte machiato with another
local delicacy - rasberry with jelly and cake. We then walked back to
the hotel. One peculiar thing is that most shops tend to close early
except the beer gardens and halls. Even cafe close early. There is also
no many major wifi connected cafes. Even the hotel charges even for
... both castles from our balcony.
Saturday, October 5
In spite of the rain, half of Germany accompanied us on our tours of the castles! (Our timing of a weekend probably was not helpful!) The first castle, Hohenschwangau, belonged to King Maximillian, and is the older, more historic one. These were used primarily ...