Hotel Prinzregent am Friedensengel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... way between amsterdam and switzerland. But I saw that it was only a 4 hour train ride from cologne to munich, as germany's ICE trains, even though they don't require advance reservations like other high speed rail systems, are still quite quick.
Hopped on train to munich (via frankfurt, nurnburg). Last leg of journey ran parallel to the autobahn, watched cars racing by. Talked to a german girl who was living in munich, got some recommendations.
... I all bought nutcrackers and Mel also bought a candle. We met the group at 5:30, when there was a choir singing from the Rathaus. For dinner we went to the Franciskaner beer hall, which was more expensive than Augustiner, but still quite good, I had a Bavarian sausage plate that had five different sausages, mash and saurkraut. Most of the group was happy with the service and food, but one member felt it was ...
... were soo many people sitting on the grass too and it was funny to see those who were passed out. One guy had a makeshift cross on him that someone made from sticks (poor guy). Eventually we found more people that we came with from school and they all started sitting down with us, some took a nap.
Later I walked around with Trigos and some others to find food and I got a sandwich because I was really hungry and I ...
... Germany sitting out or table. One guy was really drunk and could barley sit up. The German guy sitting next to me made a point that that was not normal.
... as a model for all later Nazi concentration camps in Europe and as a "school of violence" for the SS. In the twelve years of its existence, over 200,000 people from all over Europe were imprisoned there and 41,500 were murdered. On April 29, 1945, American troops liberated the survivors. This was a lot for the kids (and the adults) to take in, although I am confident that they could not fully grasp the magnitude of the atrocities committed ...