Hotel AMENITY Munich
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... carriages. They were magnificent. We also conversed about the expense of this palace by the Electorate of Bavaria (read small king). The people must have been bled dry from this spending. This is well before Germany became united, so we are only speaking of Bavaria (sections of south Germany).
So Oktoberfest is tomorrow. Hope it lives up to our expectations. We understand it is huge. We promise a report.
... at the end of World War II when the US Army liberated the camp. However, Dachau recreated two of the barracks to show visitors the poor living conditions. The barracks consisted of multi-layer beds and a room with about 6 toilets. At one point in time, there were 12,000 prisoners forced to live in barracks designed for only 5,000 prisoners.
We headed to the outskirts of the concentration camp to visit the crematorium. The Dachau Crematorium was not torn down ...
... set the tone for the rest of my time in Munich. Day 2 I had planned on taking the free Sandeman walking tour at 10:45 am, but it filled up by the time I got there and I was told to come back for the next one at 2. I left and walked around, without WiFi, searching for something interesting to do. I stumbled upon the Munchen Residence Museum, an attraction I had on my to-see list. Man, it was gorgeous. Some parts of the museum contain actual pieces of furniture from the royal ...
... off, "On the road again" (keep singing this in my head every time we head off, thanks to Julia as that's what she always used to say when we were travelling around Alaska with her!)
We were originally going to head straight to Partnachklamm (Partnach Gorge), but got sidetracked by Blindsee Lake, a very cute lake at the bottom of the mountain we've been staying on. Since we had perfect blue skies this morning, we just had to stop there to take a few photos of ...
... the afternoon in the eungluscher garten: enjoying surfers in the isar river, monuments and statues, Japanese tea garden, Chinese pagoda with the inevitable beer garden beside...there must have been 500 people including families and the venue was perhaps a fourth occupied: a long walk by the river in lovely parkland and so back to the apartment.
My solo trip by train to Garmish - partenkirchen was easy and delightful as ...