Hotel Kaiserin Augusta
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... town to look like. On a tour of the city we found out that it was one of the first cities to adopt the Nazi regime. As a result, one of the hotels in the town center (Elephant Hotel) was occupied by Hilter on a regular basis, and right outside of the city one of the first concentration camps, Buchenwald, was built.
Outside of the history and culture, Weimar is full of bakeries, museums, bars, castles, delicious restaurants and a big park that includes biking ...
... no matter what country you are from, singing and swaying along to the music. If I had to guess I would say there were about 3,000 people being served under the tent. Just as a comparison, Munich's biggest tent at Oktoberfest holds 10,000 people; looking forward to that next year!!
All in all it was a great night. We went with a group of teachers from school but made friends with local Germans after we had a few liters of beer in us. It's really a remarkable thing ...
Morning dawned with grey clouds and wet on the windows, it must have rained in the night but we didn't hear it. Up early again for a high milage day (well for us) but a casual start meant we weren't on the road until gone 10... Got diesel at a "Freie Tankstelle" which is like a free house pub but for petrol/diesel. They just buy tanker loads from wherever they can so heaven knows how good the diesel is but ...
... prisoner was getting measured there was a soldier in a small room behind him. When the soldier received the signal, he would know the prisoner was in the right spot and shot him through the back of the neck. It was chilling walking through the room with the ovens as was seeing the hanging posts ...
... night but at least it was peace of mind we were in somewhere. No internet, which we were banking on for VW dash disks research. We didn't bother with the awning as it was now gone 7 and absolutely scorching hot and we were beyond tired. Jon threw together the traditional Sunday roast in record time (roasties and stuffing absent) and we munched before bed. A very restless night due to hot and itchy bites. No photos taken as it was PANTS so we've added some nice ones we have lying ...