Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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... a later train in 1 1/2 hours or 2) take the next train but change trains once and stop a lot. We simply must make this train!
We get to Nurmberg with 10 million people trying to make the same train. Someone must have leaked our plan! They're lined up from all sides. The train stops and it's a stampede. Our huge luggage protects us somewhat but we're not the first to get off. We must make up time. Now the old lady is getting on the elevator but I ...
... who were here during winter without proper clothing and what they must have gone through.
We looked at the clock as we finished our walk around the camp and could not believe we had been on the grounds for four hours. As depressing as it was to be there I'm very happy we took the time to visit the camp. It was very moving, hard to take at some points in the museum, and tough to see the crematorium and gas ...
... is out, you can drink this sweet caramelised rum goodness. I didn't think I would enjoy it so much, but it was delicious! Charly and I shared a second. They were a bit strong! At about 11 we decided to head home back to charly and Hubert's place. Paul and I were quite exhausted by this stage. We slept a very good sleep that night! On Sunday the four of us had a nice breakfast of pretzels and OJ and tasted Hubert's collection of coffee he brought back from ...
... poison possibly left in my system. So after finally falling back asleep at about 4am, by the time we woke up at 9am we were both a little tired and still a bit sick so we watched a couple of movies and slept for most of the day - telling ourselves that this festival is way too much for both of us. Tash and Andrew went to Oktoberfest again today, but we took a rain check. We were both a bit surprised at their enthusiasm to go again. We will come with you ...
... dates back to the early 1200’s. It
is much larger than some of the villages on this route and probably has a lot
more to offer the history buff. The buildings though are not the 'pretty’
buildings we have grown to expect (like those in Dinkelsbuhl). At first pass
Nordlingen is a rather drab place that has not been ‘preened’ to welcome
tourists and is a town with real people living and working here. Nordlingen ...