Hotel Dolce Vita
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... the time these people were sent directly to the incinerator or gas chamber. It was a day of powerful feelings and complete silence. Still difficult to pay tribute to something you can't quite understand.
On a lighter note, we got up bright and early the next day and headed out to a few castles in the Bavarian Alps. My favorite castle is name Neuschwanstein and is the castle Sleep Beauty was based off of. I got to live my Disney ...
... with onion domes and is the largest gothic chruch in southern Germany. Inside is the tomb of Ludwig IV King of Bavaria. The arches from the inside are so very tall, amazing what was built between 1468 and 1488.
On down the street to Karls Tor or Karls Gate, which overlooks Karlsplatz, and an Ice Skating rink. We stopped for some street food with kraut and sausage. And as ice skating lessons began, we watched the children as the slid across ...
... and all it had to offer. Even to a veteran of a previous Oktoberfest I had a ball in a new tent yesterday and with some fantastic people. This morning we awoke still tired but feeling much better than when we arrived into our tent yesterday worse for wear. This morning was again cold so we proceeded to grab some quick breakfast at the camp site, shower quickly in the warmth and then head into Munich. We took our time this morning arriving ...
Today we had our tour of Neishweinstein castle!!! So up early to dump our luggage in the luggage room at the hostel as we were checking out. We met the tour group at 8:15 and at 8:30 we were on the bus and going. Firstly we were off to Linderhof palace which was about 1.5 hour drive. On this drive I quickly realized that I had this annoying American woman sitting behind me with bright multi-colored hair and a horrible chain hanging from her ear to her nose. She was ...
... itself.. one at the Marienplatz, the oldest (records back to the 14th century)and biggest..it is a hive of activity.. mixed in with the hundreds of retail stores, mega department stores and restaurants galore it has one entranced with the Xmas glee once more. A walkable distance away is the Medieval themed Xmas markets..where everything is medieval.. the stands , the vendors clothing ,the wares for sale..lots of hand made belts, bags, bow ...