Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... br> Friday, September 27
We gave a jar of marmalade to a kind waitress at breakfast and set out for the train station, obtaining week-long tickets for Vienna. After a wild goose chase on umpteen trains and several attempts at directions, we finally arrived at our destination. Our friend Eva has a brother, Christoph, who lives in ...
... There were so many people. More people than I have ever seen in one place before. We were all pack together shoulder to shoulder moving slowly in the same direction. Nathan and I went on the ferris wheel so we could get a view of the entire festival. It was an impressive site with so many people! If you wanted to escape the crowd, well that was too bad because there is no where to go. Everywhere was crowded. It was not pleasant. But what was pleasant was the food. ...
Now im just going to jump straight to arriving into Munich FINALLY. We dropped the hostel guests off, then al the remaining cool kids who were camping had the 20min bus right from Munich to the camp site. The campsite was set up really well! the tents were bare minimum, no mats or anything, so note to future campers, take your thickest sleeping bag, and if you can a mat, but you can get one at the camp sites for a 50EURO deposit I believe, and a daily rate, I opted ...
We both slept in and had breakfast late (at 8:00, yes that's late for us) and made a plan for the day. If the weather held out, we wanted to get some bike riding done in the English Gardens. We left the hotel in shorts and tee shirts and in no time flat we were briskly walking back to the hotel in the freezing rain to rug up! We did some shopping and caught up for delicious pasta at a nearby illy cafe. The coffee was ...
... We also walked through a small gas chamber, although apparently this one was never used for mass killings, just trials. It is hard to describe visiting the camp, other than absolutely horrific to imagine what used to happen there. It was appropriate weather out there today, low over cast and probably no more than 4-6 degrees. They had actual photos and video taken by the liberating US forces, which frankly made me feel sick as it ...