Gastehaus Hubertus Hotel Garni
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Woke up to the first bit of rain on tour. Then headed out in a 25km mountain bike ride through the back roads in town. Finished off with a traditional bbq. Went to t trout farm and had a look around but didn't want to to catch them because they were well under legal for NZ. After this the plan was to go paragliding but the weather turned to **** and it got ...
... a good look around, we headed back to our room for a rest before dinner. We actually have some English speaking channels, other than CNN, which is a real novelty. Dinner tonight was hamburgers from a hotel. A basic meal but really tasty. An ice cream for dessert and we were ready for an early night, not having slept well last might. Overall an easy day, not too much ...
... M&J were car sick Lunch at Bräustüberl Tegernsee with Judy & Kellerers (Richard Sr, Sieglinde, Richard Jr, Nina); Karin had to work Drove to Munich (about a 1 hour drive); Arrived in Munich at 5:30pm Stayed at the New Orly Hotel Room 104 Judy & Bill drove to Judy's hotel; Very heavy traffic in the downtown area at 6pm Judy & Bill drove to Josef Straus Airport to return rental car; Very heavy traffic in the city & ...
... we explored the canals and small streets of Venice. Both Sarah and I had been to Venice before, so we weren't very interested in souvenir shopping and battling the many MANY people that visit Venice each day. Don't get me wrong, Venice is extremely cool, but it is also extremely touristy, which means it takes a little bit more effort to find a quiet place and take a minute to appreciate the city when you aren't constantly bumping into someone every second. ...
... of gas chambers and crematoriums on location makes it hard to deny or prove that such purposeful killings did not occur. We had the opportunity to walk around Dachau and to reflect on the events that occurred there in the country's recent past. Germans are still very sensitive about Dachau and similar camps, for good reason, but as educated Americans, it is a stop that can't be missed. After visiting Dachau, we loaded the bus to head back and spend the afternoon ...