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The next day we had breakfast and then got a personal guided tour of Fürstenfeldbruck. Regina walked us past the river and surrounding wetlands and over to the local monastry, after which the town is named. Apparently a local ruler sentenced his wife to death because he suspected her of cheating on him. He found out he was wrong and build the monastry to pay for his guilt! We came back via the Marktplatz and Steffie found some joy in the backing shop.
... debate and ridiculous logistics of how to get there by public transit, we ultimately decided to rent a car (which had to be an automatic, since I can't drive stick), and drive to the concentration camp. Because most rental cars here are manual, the rental cars that are automatic are usually higher-end cars (BMW, Audi, etc.). So I got to drive on the autobahn for the first time in a 5-Series BMW! How cool is that? I never would have dreamed that I would ...
The train ride from Vienna was breathtaking as we traveled through a gorgeous valley surrounded by striking mountains. Zell Am See is a beautiful town on a lake in the valley. We were so happy to see such gorgeous mountains and get out of the city even for just a day. We spent our entire time in awe of Mother ...
This morning started at 6am when the church bells rang out, woke me up which I was impressed with, these church bells ring every hour on the hour and gong out the time, on the half hour you get one bong. The the motel we're in we get meals included so after a nice breakfast we set out for the day. First stop was at Sigmund - ...
My dad has had Riedel glasses for years... Little did we know, they are made in Kufstein!!!!!!!!! So when we found out we decided to go there and get a self guided tour of the Riedel glass factory. We were surprised at how small the insides were about 50ftx100ft. the glassblowing was awesome- you got to see how they shaped the glass with a cup and with a mold. And man was it hot in there! Those workers have to deal with serious furnace ...