Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Olympiapark
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... emerald hills, and blue pristine lakes (the deepest lake in Europe, in fact, called Konigsee). ...It is also full of Nazi history. Berchtesgaden is supposed to be the most beautiful place in the world, and the Nazis were supposed to be the best people in the world, so it seemed only logical to them that they make it the symbolic home of the Nazi party. *barf* We decided to take the scenic route along the alps rather than the highway, no GPS, just a map book. Whipping around winding ...
Had a map of the self guided walking tour of Munich, so sallied forth.
Viktualienmarkt for nibbles and coffee. Barely 10.00 yet everyone appears to be enjoying their beer.....and not small ones, either. Paul was very restrained and kept me company with a coffee.
Up the tower of Alter Peter to look ...
... We all managed to head home at a reasonable hour knowing we would have to be up early tomorrow. It sure is cold here at night!! Not ideal for camping but definitely the best option for the weekend..hostel rooms are about 100 euro for a bed a night! Getting ready for bed and I hear Marcus outside! Him and Sarah were drinking in the camp ground somewhere so caught up with him for awhile then got into our flash new tent to try get some warmth and sleep!
... already learnt a lot about it though school but it was hard to see it all. I couldn't even read it all. Not because there was too much of it but because it was very mentally draining. We went inside where they used to sleep and the little room they had. There were pictures from back in time and it was hard to imagine people lined up right where we were standing to be beaten or half dead. There were just so many deaths. Once I had a little ...
... was terrific with views in every direction.
We then went back to the railway station to buy a ticket for tomorrow, visit to Neuschwanstein.
Munich is a city of difference, you are in an area which is beautiful and clean, go around the corner and it is an area where you are not comfortable, drunks, smashed bottles scattered about and just plain grotty. Thankfully, the nice areas out number the seedy areas but the surprising thing is the dramatic ...