Frisia Hotel Garni

Address: Kogelweg 8, Bad Tölz, Bavaria, 83646, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kogelweg 8, Bad Tölz.
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Travel Blogs from Bad Tölz

I pack my suitcase....:-)

A travel blog entry by amys_newzealand on Jun 27, 2014

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... September) begleiten wird. Die zwei wohl wichtigsten Begleiter werden sicher meine Rücksäcke sein, in denen ich meinen ganzen Krempel rumschleppe. Der größere fasst 60 l, der kleinere ungefähr 20l. Beide sind zum Glück ziemllich bequem und leicht, sodass meinen geplanten Touren nichts mehr im Weg steht.....;-) Detailierte Checkliste sowie Packliste folgen noch!! Bis bald, ...

Day 38 (Munich)

A travel blog entry by marcohj on Jun 17, 2014

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... us at the sections he thought interesting and tell us about them. The museum was in the old 'maintenance hall' which is actually where the prisoners had to shower and disinfect daily and were also beaten. We stood in the courtyard where they had to line up for an hour three times a day. We watched a movie with footage of the camps in operation and the dead bodies afterwards. We walked through a reconstruction of their barracks, where 600 men ...

Part 1_ Munich & Romania

A travel blog entry by jazzgal on Jun 02, 2014

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... I wandered thru a bunch more churches, but no more rehearsals. Southern Germany was solidly Catholic, so the churches are really a beautiful. Northern churches, being protestant, generally lack the massive amounts of art, but can also be quite interesting.

My last day in Munich was spent at a beer garden out in the country. The deal at beer gardens is that if you buy the beer you are allowed to ...

Munchin' in Munich

A travel blog entry by schipper on Apr 20, 2014

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... in the home of beer (!!) and eat the amazing Deutsche food! As I was there over Good Friday and Easter, my trip consisted of (in order): God, sightseeing, beer, and food. Not too shabby if you ask me...

As has been a trend, I have no idea how to conclude this post. Having this opportunity to travel the world and see God's amazing creation and amazing people is ...

Dachau

A travel blog entry by upthecreek on Dec 15, 2013

1 comment, 32 photos

... walk and a large sculpture. It was designed by a former inmate and reflects a prisoner's journey through Dachau. Prisoners would walk into camp (ground level of the monument footpath), be stripped of all rights and dignity (lowest level of the monument footpath) and then be released when the camp was liberated by the US forces (back at ground level again). It stands as a reminder of the thousands that did not get to leave Dachau and the many other camps. Further explanation of ...