Derag Livinghotel Prinzessin Elisabeth
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... organizing their event planning. In his apartment he had a cleaning robot, electric bread slicer, electric tilt on his tv, an awesome surround system... basically an electric palace ;) I was so impressed with his cool apartment and awesome German inginuity. We had an ongoing joke that he and I were going to move in together...sorry Kels!
The three of us went to an original and historical ...
... Bavarian schnitzels. There was a band playing traditional music and the place certainly had a festive feel which made for a fun afternoon, even if Kate and Roy were worried dad would get drunk when he returned for another beer, (only a half litre this time though)! Nathan picked up a litre stein as a souvenir and is adamant that it will fit into his luggage. We will see.
After a lovely afternoon in the English Garden we eventually made our way back to the ...
... of the excitement for the next stop, but it had been a long long day. I hadn't walked so much in years and I passed out like a baby.
Next stop salzburg!
*Meinfern buses are good to travel inside Germany. They are also connected to certain neighboring countries. Since Germans are known for their efficiency and punctuality, they are right on time, comfortable and safe! You can book a Meinfern bus through www.meinfernbus.de :) ...
We went down to breakfast this morning to find the breakfast room full and long lines for the buffet. The hotel scheduled our group plus the two Asian groups in the same small room for breakfast. After waiting in the line, we filled our plates with a mediocre breakfast. Luckily, Steve and I were able to find seats together. This was the first hotel we were disappointed in.
Our first stop this morning was the ...
... few words, I will let you look at the pictures for yourself. The way the Nazis murdered millions of innocent people is barbaric and absolutely inhumane. It is important as a society to understand what happened at Dachau and every other concentration and death camp throughout Nazi Europe, as well as understand the sadistic methods by which people were tortured and killed. Learning about this atrocity is so important so that, as a society, we can be sure that nothing like ...