Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... us to the train. We got an express train to Dachau and then a bus out to the concentration camp. There were heaps of Australians in our tour, maybe because of Wombats, and other people from all over. The tour guide liked to talk a lot and was very strident and a bit controversial. He was a great tour guide though, very thorough and knowledgeable and even acquainted with a few survivors. We walked through the gates first into the museum, where ...
... to completely relax. So I took that approach with this Spring Break. For the first part of the break, I visited Munich, Germany. For the second part of the break, I traveled to the beaches of Capri and Positano, Italy (Amalfi Coast).
My trip to Munich was amazing. My impetuses for going was to explore the Gothic churches and architecture, see WWII things, ...
Sunday in Munich is usually a rest day as none of the shops are allowed to open, so of course as all intrepid travellers do we headed off to see something. Today we decided on Dachau Concentration Camp memorial; knowing a fragmented history of the site I thought I was prepared. Walking through the gate the first impression is the sheer scale of the camp. It would reach approximately 300 meters wide and 1000 meters long. It housed up to 60,000 prisoners at a time in 30 barracks which ...
... Darren's phone. We finished our drink there, then went back to one of the other cafes for another drink, because they had wifi, and had a bit more of a chat. I got on the wifi, and had a message from James saying he had Darren's phone, so that was a bit of a relief! We organised to meet him and Maddie, then Darren and I walked down all the way past the festival to the bus station at the other side. Darren was having a bad time walking, because he had absolutely ...
... ice cold German brews before we had to gather to meet our bus to go up the mountain. There was some mistake in our bus so we had to sit there and wait for a while. While we waited Austin told us the story of King Ludwig and his legacy and how he had the castle built, why he was known as the "mad king" etc. Eventually the screw up with the bus was fixed and we made our way up. Apparently the route we took is what used to be the kings private sled route which he ...