Comfort Hotel am Medienpark
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... And I thought coach was bad on the flight over.) Again, these conditions cannot truly be understood by those who have not lived to see such things. Even the American soldiers who liberated the camp in 1945 couldn’t believe what they saw, and it was right in front of them. What is really scary to me is that Dachau seems much more livable and tame when compared to what my impression of Auschwitz was like when I was there. Still ...
Next day we headed to a place called Mutterer and up the Muttereralmbahn cable car. The weather was glorious and we went for a hike among some proper alpine meadows surrounded by still snow-capped peaks, looking down on Innsbruck far away at the bottom of the valley. You couldn't move for cow bells, pretty flowers and yodelling. Or was that Phoebe talking her gobblygook? We hiked up to a restaurant and sat in the sun savouring a beer (/icecream) and ...
... ticking off our tourist list.
We meet a new friend in our dorm Shaimaa who is from Cairo and is a pilot for Qatar Airlines. One last place to tick is the Augustiner Brastaburn (brewery). The service is terrible but we are determined to drink a Mas Bier - 1000ml achieved! The Freaky older German guy who sat next to us was only drinking a 300ml ...
... often yell, laugh or make other noises. At each station someone would get on, sit next to him and then you would look at them squirm at the uncomfortableness of not knowing what to do. The funniest was a groups of girls around 16, 3 of them got seats in the 4 I was in, 2 others were a couple of rows back. At the next stop the girls got their friends to come and join them. As soon as they sat down their friends looked at each other with ...
... decided on a different day when I get to Munich, I'm going to visit Dachau. I know it sounds odd, it should not be called tourism but I have always been interested in visiting one of the camps ever since an Uncle of mine told me about his short time in Belsen during the war. He wasn't there for religious reasons, he was a Methodist, and was in a separate camp for military prisoners of war. He joined the Territorials before the war as they ...