Hotel Central Dachau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... with the joy of finally meeting up with Janet's daughter, Sarah, and her friend Kayla. We met the girls at the starting place for the tour and plan to spend as much time with them as possible while we're in country. After the tour finished, we went to Bratwurstherz for supper. It was good, warm food ... we had been outside most of the day on the tour. Although it was mostly sunny, it was only 14 degrees and very ...
We then drove up into the Alps and got our first views of Neuschwanstein Castle before crossing the border into Austria for our hotel. There was no border check here although they are closing the open borders 2 hours from here. Our hotel is beautifully located and we had a delicious dinner of trout and we are ready to rest up before our day of castle exploring ...
... barracks, and perused lots more exhibits on how the concentration camps came into existence and what life was like for the prisoners. Really, it was just a sad day. After that, we made our way into Munich. At rush hour. With some kind of motorcade coming in the other direction. (Maybe it was Angela?) It was not fun. Thankfully, German drivers are mostly courteous. Traffic was slow, but we made it in one piece. ...
... right bus) to the stop across the road to the entrance to the camp. It has been preserved as a memorial museum. After paying to get in and for a couple of self directed audio sets, we entered the camp.
At first it looks pretty empty. They have preserved two of the barracks that prisoners had been kept in but the rest are gone > see the pics for what it looked like in 1945 when liberated and now. The locations of the ...
... the oldest beer gardens in Munich. Henry has the Pork Knuckles and I have the weiner snietzel. Both excellent choices with a liter of dark beer. We finish everything on our plate, and mug. Rather than ride back to the hotel, we decide to walk back to the hotel and that was a nice leisurely walk for about a 1/2 hour with time to take pictures along the way and enjoy the evening walk. I had a dunkle schokolade, henry had the tiramisu as we walk off ...