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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... because he thinks there's a needle. I looked at it and searched the brand name, turns out is a gum tool. It's 900 so we stuck here tonight. We were hungry so we went to the BK down the street. The walk made me feel better because the area isn't bad, it's artsy. Ladies with kids were walking from grocery stores and couple were walking around. The place is still dumpy but at least we know we're not living in the ...
MUNICH Castle Neuschwanstein! Got an early train and then the bus up to the castle. Walked up the hill, there were beautiful views and then up to marienbrücke for an even more amazing view! Went on our tour - more annoying Americans and a cute German tour guide :) Just as spectacular the second time around! Had our first bratwürst and bread (yum!) and then headed back Went for dinner, it was the Deutschland vs USA game tonight - lots of people in jerseys! Went to ...
After spending Easter in Switzerland, we started our journey to our last stop in Munich, Germany via a five hour train ride. Anxious to explore Munich, the majority of the group made their way to a German beer hall/garden called Augustiner-Keller to enjoy traditional German food. This included sauerkraut, brats, and potato salad. During our meal, a German polka band was playing which complimented our liter ...
... to the camp; 100,000 inmates died there, half of them in the last four months of operation. Many of the inmates worked in armaments production; there was a stone quarry which provided building materials for the important Nazi buildings. I was amazed at the number of satellite camps (smaller camps located a distance from Mauthausen); there ...
... have been smiling down on us this time. We shelled out our first Euros to a nice, but mostly mute Indian cab driver who delivered us safely to the front door of our silly named hotel on the out skirts of Munich. We clambered up to our room, flopped down on our hard beds and minutes later rested our heavy eyes for a few hours. I'm convinced we've been paying for those "few hours of rest" ever since because we've had a difficult time adjusting to the six hour time change even ...