Hotel Gautinger Hof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Next walked to Marineplatz which is
centrally located by Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall). Its a very majestic
building - iconic here in Munich with its architecture. We then walked
south towards the Viktualienmarkt - its an open market. his is also the site of Mardi Grass.
fruits, food, cheese and sausages. 2 peculiar things we saw - our first
Beer Garden - the place was full at 4pm
and raw fish burger - the place was teeming with people. ...
... to the camp; 100,000 inmates died there, half of them in the last four months of operation. Many of the inmates worked in armaments production; there was a stone quarry which provided building materials for the important Nazi buildings. I was amazed at the number of satellite camps (smaller camps located a distance from Mauthausen); there ...
... begin! It then took us about 45 minutes before we got our beer. Never did Cindy or I read that you have to pay the bar maids to get beer! It only took us about 15 minutes to realize we needed to pay them off but unfortunately they had already been paid off by the two tables around us. Eventually we took possession of our one liter steins of beer, clinked and toasted and the party began.
Cindy drank beer...yes, Cindy drank beer! Dar and ...
... he wasn't hungry so didn't order anything). It was lucky that it was quite cheap, so we just put in a few extra euros each. We headed back to the Wombar (Wombat's city hostel bar) for a few drinks with the intention of finding a few more people and maybe heading into the city, however after one or two beers and a large feed of meat we were all quite tired so we went off to bed.
The next day was a big day of touring for us, first up was "Oz's free walking tour" which he ...
... in the snow, as well as a family with a TV appropriate African American accent. We took a detour towards Marienbrüke, a bridge spanning the gorge in which the castle also lies. The path was heavy with snow. Varoon slipped a lot. Left Schwangau at dusk. Bought some orange juice and a pastry at Füssen. Trained home. Dinner at Augustiner Keller. The rather exhorbitant prices surprised, but the large beer hall was as expected. A game of pool before ...