Belle Blue Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... of death that was already occurring) and a storage room for all the bodies waiting to be burnt. Out back was a pathway leading through the bushes to the camp walls where a specific section was used as another execution wall with a “blood ditch” dug in front.
Overall the experience was deeply disturbing and depressing, but important. I grew up with a bit of an obsession over learning about the holocaust so to see it in person really made it real for me. I ...
... amazing) than went into the most popular tent Hacker Frestzelt. For a Monday afternoon it was crazy busy! There was people everywhere! We were so lucky so get a table, we got it because we waited awkwardly beside this table and when some people left we all jumped in there so nobody would take our table. The beers were light and delicious, and the food was amazing and everything beer and food was huge ! Haha I had two 1/2 one litre ...
... with phenomenal views in every direction. I spent so much time taking pictures of the surrounding mountains that I did not have time to go inside the building. I would have liked to spend a little more time there.
We moved down the hill to see the bunker that was built under the primary homes of Hitler, Goering and other Nazi leaders. The bunker system was elaborate; connecting all the ...
Upon arrival in Munich, the group walks over to their hotel, Hotel Andra, about a 15 min walk from the central train station. They proceed to check in and upon doing so the uber German guy at the desk asks Paul if he's there to check in. Upon receiving an affirmative answer, the man then asks "why?" with a moderate German accent and a goofy smile on his face. The group will later ...
... twenty minutes later. Back to the station and board the train to Munich at 10 a.m.
Once in Munich, we store our luggage in a locker and utilize our last Eurail pass to travel to Salzburg, Austria. We arrived at 1 p.m. and spent the next four hours touring the city. A hop on hop off bus gave us a great overview of the area. Stopping at the sights from the "Sound of Music", driving under the Hohensalzburg ...