InterCity Hotel Augsburg
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... acquainted with where things are including some fantastic home wares stores and Jus got acquainted with a couple of fresh warm pretzels for an afternoon snack. I think these might be a daily pleasure for him. Yesterday, we spent the whole day walking around Augsburg following much of the green and brown walking tours, seeing many of the recommendations Steve has given us. We've found a Saint Anna church on Anna StraBe (street), a ...
... been built, and in the coming years the area expanded with various streets, small squares and a church. Apparently it costs 88 cents a year to live in one of these small houses and one needs to be born in Augsburg. Impressive.
We then continued to stroll, having a look in some antique stores and finding some interesting things along the way. I really enjoyed looking at the postcards written from the 20s and 40s to people, even though I ...
... theme with lots of Elvis Presley memorabilia. Manual is a bit of a fan!
As the afternoon approached we decided to go for a little walk along the canals and the cities once fortified wall. We then had a look around the shopping centre which was close by and Paul bought a new memory card for his phone, before we returned home, had a little nap, watched a movie and then ate left overs from the Mexican party for dinner.
Very very very nice days with Charlys beautiful ...
Been waking up since about 5 but got up at 6:45 and got dressed and packed the rest if my bag. We went down and had breakfast which was nice musli and orange juice. Then we rushed to get out the door. We ran to catch the train but it turned out to be the earlier one. I bought my ticket for €14.80 because that will give me another day on my pass. We said good bye and sat down right next to the door before I moved my bags down the train and wrote my diary entry. There is a guy ...
... high school teachers scolding us and saying this place deserved respect, that cell phones should not be used, that laughter was unacceptable, that maybe we should take it in and walk in silence... It has been 80 years since Dachau opened, meaning people who lived through this are few. It scares me to think what will happen when there are no more, where the stories stop being told and the only things left, the buildings and memorial, cease to be treated ...