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... for the time we were there for all meals, very thoughtful). It was potato and leak soup to start and then a potato dough wrapped around vegetables with salad. For dessert Ulrike had made a 'surprise', little individual chocolate mousse layered on top of vanilla mousse with berries on top. All really yummy but so much food. We don't think Ulrike slept the whole time wee were there, she just fed us, it was fabulous, very ...
... take the train to the Central station which is across the road from our hotel. So we arrived a little late, (finally met up with Norine & Peter who had arrived from Zürich), but no worse for the experience.After a nice lunch and beer we went on a river boat tour around and past some of the wealthiest residences in Hamburg. Dinner in the hotel and retire to re-charge ready for to-morrow.
For Shanna 's birthday we spent a good part of the day again on the bus ending our day in Munich. We stopped for an hour and a half in Innsbruck, Austria where we saw the gold roof over the balcony and shopped at the flagship Swarovski store.
After a couple more hours of driving we arrived in Munich. After a quick stop to check into our hotel we were off to tour the old part of Munich. We saw the old and new town hall which are both in the town square. The new town hall ...
Our train was supposed to leave at 9am so of course we were at the train station by just after 8. When we got there we couldn't see our train on the schedule so went to information. Oh no! There's a train strike in Germany! So we've changed our tickets and going a different way in the hope that the few trains that are running will get us to Munich sometime today. First leg is 2 hours and we've got seats because we paid extra to ...
... concentration camp, opening in 1933 as a
prison for political opponents of the Nazi Party. They say 40,000 died
here, however this is an estimate due to the secrecy of the camps' administration, meaning more may have died.
The site is free to go to, but we paid to have a 2.5 hour tour with Berndt,
whose father actually served in World War Two for the Germans. He was a
fantastic tour guide (he kept making jokes that we Australians were too