Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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After quick supermarket stop, and Jon's filling falling out whilst eating five tic tacs at once(!), we arrived about 6 at Bella Augusta, ACSI 791, free pitch choice, unlimited electric (after first rewiring since France), unlimited showers. A functional site, does what it says on the tin. We are stacked on top of each other on tiny pitches but does the job for somewhere to sleep with showers and plug in. We are tired now and could do with a ...
... pretty awesome!!
Since today was mostly a train day, steps and mileage are lower – 7,575 steps with 3.34 miles – and feet still holding up fine!!
Pictures today will be scarce because not much was open except McDonalds (no picture needed there) and not too much scenery from the train or Augsburg. More to come in the next few days!!
... you feel a connection to something horrible.
You may think me crazy, but to be honest I don’t care. I know there is something out there beside myself and I know there is a God. This God has given us all a soul and a body. The area between the soul and the body is the energy. It is a combination of that which cannot be explained (i.e. the soul) and the hormonal, physical, chemical effects we have ...
... to admit it yet.
During our stay in Ingenried, we were constantly and enthusiastically encouraged to explore the local environment.
We were supplied with good bikes and more or less thrown on to the street to unearth the local treasures. Unbeknownst to us, the area was famous for it's castles, built by the allegedly mad King Ludwig, the last King of Bavaria. He seemed to have a habit ...
... Hübsch, prisoner in Dachau from 1937-1945 If you would like to know more of the details of Jehovah's Witnesses in Dachau, I bought the guide to the museum. You are more than welcome to look at it when I get home. Now for just a little history on Dachau... (Taken from the Dachau Concentration Website - Visitor Information) "On March 22, 1933, a few weeks after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor, a concentration camp for political prisoners ...