Comfort Hotel am Medienpark
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... operated in Germany and throughout Europe. Everything that was tested in the camp, if successful was then repeated through the 1000's of camps throughout Europe. Meaning that all the rules (well so called rules), punishments, gas chambers, cremation, camp conditions, barracks setup, prisoner labelling system and medical experiments, all originated from the Dachau Concentration Camp. So this camp, didn't just effect the over 206,000 people that ...
... and hops (for beer brewing), and best was the delicious food especially the salads from Alcira's garden.
Then to Füssen where we had a lovely time with our friend Hatem who delighted us with music (he is a collaborative pianist), walks in the country and visits to the town.
We also saw "Mad" King Ludwig's Neuschwanstein castle nearby.
Now back in ...
... After catching the wave the surfers would then jump out and get in line along the river bank to do it all again! After a picnic lunch in the park we went to Chinescher Turm, a strange beer garden in the middle of the English Garden which has a Chinese pagoda as it's focal point. We had a great afternoon there enjoying beers among the crowds. Feeling a little woozy from the ahhh...heat, we caught a bus back to our apartment and later cooked dinner there and watched ...
Up early to return the car in Munich. Nick hits 220 on the autobahn! Could have gone faster but I told him to slow down. We arrive in Munich and drop the car. We walk through city center, so many street performers. Very cool city center, pedestrians only. We spend ALL of our free time at the Hafbrauhaus with fabulous food and very large beirs. A walk to a beautiful building and we are back to the HB house for another bier and strudel. Finally, Nick ...
... homes; Max’s castle grounds date back to the 12th century, but he began building it in 1832. Original paintings depicting heroic German battles placed directly on the walls adorn the castle. At only 18, Ludwig succeeded his father upon his death in 1864. He began construction on his castle, Neuschwanstein, in 1869, as well ...