ECONTEL HOTEL Muenchen
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... some lovely views over Munich from the top.
For my final day in Munich I met up with one of Merindas friends who lives near Munich and 2 friends from Australia and we went to Neuschwanstein Castle. The weather was fantastic and the scenery was just amazing with the castle and the Bavarian Alps right behind. After we arrived and lined up for our tickets into the castle sat and enjoyed a coffee with the amazing scenery in the background. We then caught a bus up ...
... concentration camp, opening in 1933 as a
prison for political opponents of the Nazi Party. They say 40,000 died
here, however this is an estimate due to the secrecy of the camps' administration, meaning more may have died.
The site is free to go to, but we paid to have a 2.5 hour tour with Berndt,
whose father actually served in World War Two for the Germans. He was a
fantastic tour guide (he kept making jokes that we Australians were too
... right away! They are both from Italy so when I go and visit there I will be sure to contact them beforehand. I had a Skype interview with GOGO vacations on Friday night so I couldn’t really go out and see any last minute sights. At this point I was completely packed and ready to leave tomorrow. Katrin and I ate some chocolate desserts and watched Sherlock Holmes (one of her favorite shows). The next day was supposed to be a relaxing one where we would go get a coffee ...
... I wasn't feeling to well....haha.... I mean couldn't really determine who or where I was)
Kate nominated herself the welcoming party for everyone when she had put me to bed and continued to drink at the hostel as everyone flowed in slowly over the next few hours.
Sunday 28th September
It was another early one today as we wanted to get in again to ensure we got a table. But at a little bit more respectable time of 6am start today.
... missed riding. Anyway, our lunch turned into a lovely encounter with a very friendly German woman.
By this point, Cheryl and I were coming to the conclusion that these Germans (or at least the folks in Munich) are far, far friendlier than the Austrians. While we had some wonderful encounters with some very friendly people, for the most part I found (as did Cheryl) that Austrians were very standofish and in some cases out and out rude. So far nothing of the sort in