Ibis Augsburg Hauptbahnhof
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... Romantic Road. It does have some medieval architecture, but lacks some of the charm we have seen (and will see again) on other RR towns.
The reason we stopped for an overnight here is that the trip from Strasbourg to Mittenwald (our next stop) was too long to do in one day - - - so, the bottom line is that we experience yet another German city.
... at recycled almost everything, with only a very small bag of general waste going out of the door every week. This is seen more as a duty than a burden, in the same way that local produce and "Bio" (organic) products are commonly purchased. It turns out Germany has the biggest consumer demand for organic food in Europe, and has the longest tradition in organic farming, with its earliest roots dating back to the ...
... at a machine that you could find at the pedestrian entry/exit to the garage - but there wasn't one where we entered. So we drove to the auto exit, and sure enough, you couldn't pay there... Time to back up, repark, and go find the bleeping machine. It was in the pedestrian entryway, all right... just another floor down! Problem solved, and on our way to Augsburg.
It was an easy drive until we got to the center of town, where they'd torn up one of the main ...
... where to go at first. Then, once in the room, they got a teacher Aileen said she had never seen before, and the teacher jsut talked about random **** the whole time.
The last class was history, and even though it was completely in German, I enjoyed this class the best and actually understood quite a bit. They took a test and then discussed it. They were talking about a church in the DDR. Then a kid gave a presentation on the Korean war, which I ...
I don't know what was more horrible about Dachau, the way the victims were treated when they were alive, or the way they were killed. Going to at least one concentration camp on our trip was a priority. We can read and learn about the Holocaust all we want in school and on the Internet, but it does not impact you quite as much as being there.
Just like most concentration camps, the closer you got to ...