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My week began with something that is necessary but not a light topic. Lori took me to Dachau, the first concentration camp in Germany. Most of the buildings that the Jewish prisoners had to sleep in were bombed but two were still standing. We were able to walk around and see the bunks were they slept, crammed besides one another. There were different memorials that
were built on the site from various religions remembering those who suffered. The most difficult building to go through ...
... I hung out with a different friend, Emma, who got in later last night, so she hadn't seen anything besides the airport. We decided to get an earlier start on our day, heading first to the market for breakfast, then up the St. Peter's tower, then to see the Glockenspiel. After seeing these sights again (still awesome) we decided to do something new and rent bikes. One of the great things about Munich is it's use of the space it has. There's a street for cars, wide bike lanes, ...
... because the tables were reserved.
We walked out and got in line to go to the main floor-but they weren't letting anyone in at all-even as other people were coming out. After waiting an hour in line, we saw a waitress that came outside and told her if she brought us in we would give her a big tip. We got the three of us and pulled us in past the angry guard. She put us at a table and we gave her a ten euro tip along with buying three beers from her.
We stayed ...
... the 4 drinks each day). I was enthusiastic to read the hotel had a fitness Centre so I could continue my rehabilitation exercise program. After we settled in, got dressed for the gym and then I quickly learnt the hotel's fitness gym is located off site a few blocks away...now someone who wanted to exercise probably would not have found having to walk a few blocks to exercise a big deal...reluctantly we walked to the gym, did our work out, came back to the hotel and ...
... central pavilion was completed in 1674 and beginning in 1701 expansions were made for the next 125 years. The palace and grounds are beautiful and the palace looks larger then Versailles, however the tour consists is of only about a dozen rooms on the second floor of the original central building. What we saw was impressive but there is not much to see. As far as I know ...