Hotel Die Schule
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I heard a large applause from near by so decided to see what was going on. Turns out they had a this karaoke type event on in the hills side next to the markets. There were some impressive singers and, with all karaoke, some not so impressive. I then headed back the my hostel where I met up with Heather and Richard for dinner.
The next day I had a chilled out morning before heading off on a walking tour in the afternoon. The walking tour was interesting as it took ...
... beers we had in Munich. My overall impression of Germany was nothing but positive. Unlike Italy, they are actually apart of the 21st century, so it was nice to experience the fast pace lifestyle that I'm used to in America, if only for a few days. Although I'm not sure if I prefer Berlin over Munich, I am definitely going to return to Germany on my next trip to Europe!
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... in their new London flat! We had a great time seeing their place, meeting their son Jack for the first time and going to lunch at a cute little pub nearby. We then hopped back on the underground to make our way over to the famous Harrod’s department store to meet back up with my parents and brother.
Of course Harrod’s is another one of those places where you could easily spend hours and hours (and for my Dad it probably felt like we did this time ...
... style coffee is too strong a lure for us to resist. This was run by a New Zealander, but we gave them the benefit of the doubt. Turns out our antipodal neighbours did not let us down and the coffee was delicious. So was the meat pie I had and the bacon and avocado muffin Lauren had. While we didn't have a full breakfast there again, it became a tradition to walk over and grab a couple ...
... gave us great detail about how each minority group was treated during the Holocaust: Jews, gypsies, socialists, communists, rebels, homosexuals, and the disabled. Unfortunately, for decades even after the War, homosexuals were criminalized for a long time, they weren't even seen as victims of this brutality. I definitely learned a lot from this display, but what angered me the most was learning about the trials and what I think is a lack of justice for the crimes committed by ...