Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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... to read conversation along the way. I remember thinking, between sucking in as much oxygen with each laboured breath, that this was actually very, very funny. We stopped for a minute ( so I could read ... and nod.) And his father caught up with us. So the young Frenchman proceeded to tell his father how he was talking to me. And the father gave the international sign for 'Go away, child. I'm panting here." Wish I'd thought to do that. OK... at the bus stop. Then along the ...
So excited to be in this place with such intense history. It was mostly a driving day to get to Munich and again we passed through 3 countries, breakfast in Italy, lunch in Austria which ended up being a picnic on the coach as it was raining for the first time in weeks. We also stopped off at the home of Swarovski just before lunch and went through their "museum" it was pretty cool but mostly weird and artsy which isn't really my ...
... schnitzel, curry wurst and fries. Then we walked up to the other castle in the town, Hohenschwangau Castle and along the lake's edge. The climb up to Neuschwanstein Castle was pretty steep and gruelling in the heat, but it was all worth it for the magical views of the castle and the amazing rooms within. The former residence of King Ludwig II of Bavaria is still perfectly intact with a throne room, bed chamber, living room and ...
... but actually seeing a concentration camp puts it into a new perspective. It was a haunting experience none of us will forget. After returning from Dachau, several of us ventured out from our hotel to explore Munich. We headed toward the city center and came across the Rathaus Glockenspiel, which is a famous clock that has 43 bells and 32 life-size figures on it. Everyday at 11 am, 12 pm, and 5 pm, ...
Today we started in Switzerland, had lunch in Lichtenstein and had dinner in Munich. A lot of time was spent on the bus and we also had a quick visit to Dachau Concentration Camp. It was snowing when we got on the bus at 6:45am and freezing. As we drove further into the mountains, there was snow everywhere. We drove into freezing Lichtenstein where everything was closed and it was difficult to get service in a cafe. The evening was ...