Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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- Free parking
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... was on so i was keen to see who was playing. After some brief alone time my hostel partner finally arrived back in which i said hello to but with no response. I was starting to believe either he did not speak any English what so ever or he was a serial killer. Any way that kept me up half the night and finally i got some shut eye.
The next day i set out to find some breakfast, i was really looking forward to having a big breakfast and some coffee but little did ...
... ready for a new conversation hahah. As dinner started creeping up on us we decided to go back to the campsite to get free food there. We got to our tent and got into bed trying to take a 30-minute nap, tops…. Well yeah the 30 minutes turned into 2 hours hahahah. We got up slightly laughing and slightly sad that the time had gone by and went to dinner at the campsite. We ended up staying at the campsite for the rest of the night and having a blast yet again. I ...
... of credit cards with you, always have change and small bills/change, and if you're going to sneak on the train, make sure it's busy ;)
Once we got downtown we walked around through the main shopping area. Everything from high end stores to cheaper stores like Forever 21. We stopped to take pictures and took an elevator up to an observation deck in what I would say was a gothic church. There were great views of the city, but so much ...
... that with our life experiences and our knowledge/experience of human behaviour. However, the kids could not care less. Not even a bit. It was very disappointing. In the end, we each saw only a little of the museum (in shifts), while the other entertained [read, tried not to hurt them in a way that would leave bruises] outside. Anyway, we saw enough, I guess. I did manage to read some stuff on the rise of the Nazis that I hadn't ...
... money on extravagant things. The powers that be had him declared insane to take him out of power. He only lived 172 days in the castle before turning up drowned under suspicious circumstances. The castle was magnificent with many murals depicting Wagner operas with Ludwig as the hero. He was interested in technical advances so the castle had things like the first electronic doorbell. The kitchen was amazing and looked like something ...