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... we knew it we were riding a horse and carriage up the mountain to the castle, just like the King would have done! (This was not before poor Korbi got sprayed by horse urine splashing off the pavement when a horse decided to unexpectedly relive itself, hilarious!) Perfectly timed we got to the castle just as it was our tours entry time. The tour was great. This was one of the things that mum was most looking forward to in the trip (besides the ...
Well we are now in Salzburg having spent most of the day travelling.
Our Titan driver picked us up from home promptly at 6.45am traffic was good considering it was Monday morning until we got about 2 junctions from the airport turnoff at Heathrow, then everything came to a grinding halt. We arrived at Terminal 2 about 9.30. Plenty of Titan and airport staff on hand to process our checkin and bag drop. Security wasn't ...
... east I guess) is similar to what we've seen. Green paddocks with skinny canals acting as fences. There's been a lot of little garden allotments everywhere we've been. Small plots but very well maintained and most have a hothouse on them. As we cross into Germany, the countryside still looks very much the same. Still very flat with cute little houses with steeply sloped roofs. There's lots of houses with solar panels on their ...
What. A. Day. It went something like this...
We woke up at our usual time just before sunrise at about 8 AM. That's right, it's still dark at 8 AM. We had a light breakfast and coffee at the hotel and then asked the concierge for help finding the closest laundromat. Score! There was one just around the corner. We decided to swing by and check their hours on the way to the train station for our little day trip to Munich. When we got to the laundromat... UN-score. It ...
... of the
camp. Life was so horrid that many chose suicide by running into the electric
fence. The stories we learnt from the camp are horrific. And Berndt told us,
that although he doesn’t like to say it, Dachau was low in life lost compared
to many of the other camps outside Germany which were purely for extermination (such as Auchswitz). Still, seeing images of men who weighed less than 38
kilos and were used in medical experiments was horrible. ...