Hotel Der Tannenbaum
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... to leave and save our selves for the next day especially as Briony was quite sick so we didn’t want to push our luck. We stumbled back home in a blur and met some other faces we knew in the hostel foyer and we spoke with Leah from the Greek Island hopper for a bit before retreating upstairs for a good early sleep. Well we slept for most of the night.
We were woken up yet again by the rude Brazilian ********s the first one bringing back 2 girls to the room. he set 1 ...
... we were on over the last week were included in the price of our river cruise and, for the most part, the tour guides were very informative. I don't mind history...but we've seen quite a lot of cathedrals and castles!! Bob found a couple who were bike "travelers".... Bikes loaded with packs. They were riding part of the boundaries of the Roman Empire....evidently you can ...
... items I planned on my own, compared to the Trafalgar offered options. For a company that supposedly prides itself on being the best, they have sure fallen short of their motto.
At any rate, we are off to Venice in the morning, with a lunch stop at Innsbruck, Austria. I can't get out of Munich quick enough, as it ranks up there with Amsterdam as another 'one and done' destination.
“What am I doing here?” – Arthur Rimbaud, writing home from ...
... camp was not as horrific as it actually was. The lack of any outside resistance to terminate the camp until the end of WWII contributes to the notion that propaganda is a powerful and effective tool. Another lesson is that instilling ideas of superiority or variance between individuals can suppress revolt against oppression. For example, by categorizing prisoners within the camp into groups (such as political prisoners, Jews, homosexuals, etc) ...
... to wait at lost and found for half an hour to find my camera. Unfortunately it hadn't been handed in.
I went back and there were new people at the table, some South Americans. In preparation for when we were to be kicked off the table we left the hall. I ended up splitting from Bridget following the South Americans and one of the Aussie guys while Bridget stayed behind with the two other Aussie guys. We got into the hall next door and found one empty table but everyone had ...