InterCity Hotel Augsburg
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The first night in the tent as a cool but comfortable one. With a renewed enthusiasm for early rises, I got up at 5.30am to do some exercises and pack the tent away.
Last night, I was a bit frustrated putting the tent up but I are determined to improve by trying harder instead of potentially adopting a negative attitude towards it. As I showered in luxury, I pondered on the day ahead and the ...
... much death, even death inside those who were still alive, it becomes a black hole, searching, yearning for life, but never being truly fulfilled.
Throughout the entire camp, you can see flickers of the past. Images so clear in your mind, if you didn’t know better you may think them real. As you look out the window of the barracks, you can imagine what it is like, what it would have been like to ...
... is pretty cold! We caught a train which left at a quarter past midnight and arrived in at Augsburg at half past midday. The first leg of the journey was quite funny and a little irritating. It was 2 hours in duration and was packed with soccer fans after a big win. Not too sure who was playing. Anyway as it goes, they were all very cheery, singing, drinking and drumming. Paul and I found it amusing, this was until they started smoking! It was at the end of ...
... The surrounding landscape was also thoroughly probed via our bicycles and an impressive array of cycle routes. Our favourite spot was Alpsee, a lake situated in the mountains within sight of Neuschwanstein Castle. The water was beautifully blue, and warm enough to swim in.
Our stay in Ingenried soon came to a close, and after saying goodbye to our wonderful hosts, we were soon on the road ...
... to take a look if you are interested. Today, the camp is surrounded by lush green forests, and there is even a stream that they added through the camp. The beauty of the area surrounding the camp almost makes you forget for a second the barbarity that took place there. After Dachau, Victoria and I were both physically and a little emotionally drained so we got a quick bite to eat and took a nap. Then back to the Marienplatz and Altstadt (Old Village) for ...