Kurhotel Lauter im Park
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... some more pics of the tourist shops and restaurants down below.
Driving back to the Munich department store we had passed by a Uyghar Chinese Restaurant this morning. I had visited the Xinjiang region of China in the west bordering Central Asia in 2011 so am very familiar with the culture. See Blog of trip ...
... across the road …. that’s right, Italian.
Before getting dinner though we attempted to find the local shop that sold milk, as we had read about it in the apartments information folder. The wifi wasn’t working to check a map but we thought the town was so small it couldn’t be too hard to find it in the 20 minutes that we had until it closed. Yeah, you know it’s coming ..…. we were wrong, ...
... justice ministry proposed closing Dachau. It was solely Hitler's decision to keep it going. And boy was he to keep it going. By 1939 over 30000 prisoners had passed through its gates. 500 of them had died. By the end of the war over 200000 people had been to Dachau alone. The official death toll is 31000. The actual toll much higher. And that's just the deaths, not counting the disease, the cruelty, the mental illness induced. Nobody knows how many Jews went to Dachau. ...
... Grimm's fairytales all morning). There was a period we were worried because the two other people had left and said they would be back and then they weren't and they weren't answering their phones, but then everything was alright. Basti left, Aileen dyed her hair, and I scrounged for food.
We then left and stopped at the dance studio, but we were ...
... the one we built first. It was so cosy. There was a poker night at Daniel's on Saturday night so after poker a few friends came and drank some Jägermeister in the igloo with us before they went home, it was the funniest thing, five adults crawling into a tiny little igloo and sitting in there on top of each other passing around a glass of Jägermeister, by candle-light. The Germans were making jokes like “Great now I can tick this off my list of things to do in life ...