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... of the
camp. Life was so horrid that many chose suicide by running into the electric
fence. The stories we learnt from the camp are horrific. And Berndt told us,
that although he doesn’t like to say it, Dachau was low in life lost compared
to many of the other camps outside Germany which were purely for extermination (such as Auchswitz). Still, seeing images of men who weighed less than 38
kilos and were used in medical experiments was horrible. ...
... a very religious region, they believed him. However when he decided to erect a column with himself on top, the people objected, saying it was the Virgin Mary that had saved them, so she was put on the Mariensalüe.
We went into the courtyard of the new town hall, which is still used today for local council offices. There is also a beer garden in the courtyard in the summer, which says a lot about the Bavarian way of life! Munich translates to mean 'Place of the ...
... the work of some of the great Italian Renaissance masters at the Alte.) At the Neue we were treated to massive sized galleries, including some amazing works by Manet, Monet and Van Gogh. With these works being toward the end of the galleries it was a shame I didn’t start backwards so I could spend more time there, but since we already were nearly three hours in we had to eat and move on.
We ate ...
... okay and we managed to navigate the trains to the city. It's expensive here...cost €10.20 each for the damn train! Plus the airport is so far out of town - took us 45/50mins to get to our stop - Donnersbergerstraße! Lucky the walk wasn't far from the train station and we soon arrived at our lil apartment. It was very nice actually! It was nicer in person than the photos which was a good surprise! The lady is very lovely and has thought of everything. She even topped the fridge ...
... and getting to know my boyfriend much better than when we had electronic distractions. We've stayed awake for hours each night just talking endlessly about life, reading books aloud to each other and emitting a goodly amount of gas from all the cabbage we've been ingesting. I'm aware that the previous sentence sounded cornier than 40%25 of America's land mass, but I could give two *****. Spending quality time working and relaxing together has been an incredible way to build ...