Hotel Gautinger Hof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... two days we have walked 16,000 and 14,000 steps respectively. We get extra credit today since a lot of the steps were up hill and plus over 200 steps in the castle. Before dinner at Altin Dilim (a self service Turkish restaurant in the Middle Eastern area we are in), we went to the train station to get our tickets for our trip to Herrenchiemsee tomorrow (an hour outside of Munich). A long but enjoyable day. ...
... a valid word about the punishments and one can understand why the rich were not liked too much.
We then travelled onto Rothenberg, which we reached an hour later and we had 4 hours of free time here.
Rothenberg is located on a plateau overlooking the Tauber River with a population of some 11,000. The town came about into being about 950AD when the Count of Comburg-Rothenburg constructed the weir system. Over the years the town has had a very ...
... delicious potatoes I've eaten. The waiter I had was fabulous. Upon hearing I'd be eating alone I was escorted arm in arm to a table and had exceptional service. Straight back to the hostel after that to die from over eating. The next morning there was advertised a free walking tour starting at the very reasonable hour of 10:40. The tour was lead by an Aussie from Perth and he was excellent. The tour lasted 3 hours and was fantastically entertaining ...
... the Dachau train station was about 2-miles from the camp. We decided to walk and experience this beautiful city, dating back to 800 AD. Children rode bikes, home owners trimmed their hedges, shop owners arrived by moto-scooter to open their shops and the fragrance of french fries and hamburgers drifted in the Fall breeze with yellow and orange leaves falling from oak trees and tulip poplars. As we walked, we imagined this town during the camp's ...
... I had an hour to kill while I waited for my bro (plus he was 15 minutes late), and it was starting to spit. I wanted somewhere to sit and write, so McDonalds seemed logical.
I was just sitting there writing, and I looked up from what I was doing and this guy walked passed me. Surely that couldn't be Toby. No way...
I just went back to my writing. But my mind would not focus at all!
I went upstairs and saw 'Toby' with a few friends. I ...