Hotel am Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... with a radius of 7 or 8 feet and was sitting next to the side walk. A sign was posted with the same message repeated in four different languages: English, German, French and Russian. It explained that for the price of one euro, the massive double doors would open and the user would have up to 20 minutes to do their business. After that, the doors would open automatically. After each use, the doors would be closed and the entire room would be ...
... us to the train. We got an express train to Dachau and then a bus out to the concentration camp. There were heaps of Australians in our tour, maybe because of Wombats, and other people from all over. The tour guide liked to talk a lot and was very strident and a bit controversial. He was a great tour guide though, very thorough and knowledgeable and even acquainted with a few survivors. We walked through the gates first into the museum, where ...
Dachau concentration camp. Today was never going to be fun but I had hoped for it to be memorable. I wasn't sure what to expect or how I would feel about visiting a place like this. We met our guide - Arvi - at 10am at the Haupbahnhof (Munich train station) and we took a train to the town of Dachau. Arvi explained that since the war, dachau is only known for the Camp but today is an upper class suburb of Munich, however the reputation poses many issues still today. Anything with the ...
... where the bodies would be unceremoniously piled, awaiting cremation. In the fourth, the crematorium. Sometimes people would be brought directly into this room to be hanged in front of the ovens that would cremate them. When the United States liberated Dachau in 1945, they found thousands of dead awaiting cremation. The US military forced the citizens of the surrounding city of Dachau to walk through the crematorium and camp so ...
... just all hung onto each other and actually found a table inside. Hofbrau beer was my favorite all weekend. It was so tasty. I got 2 steins while I was in that tent. We stayed in there until 4:00. It was raining a lot harder that day so we didn't want to leave. Being in this tent was the most fun part of the entire weekend. We were completely immersed in the festival while we were in there. We sat next to some really nice German girls who talked to us and shared their ...