Prinzregent An Der Messe Hotel
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... that I could easily visit again. Of course summer would be wonderful but the trade off is the crowds and I saw readily how quickly the city fills as soon as the sun came out (although it is still school holidays).Those of you who have been here would agree with me thus far and I am yet to meet anyone who has been here that doesn't think the same.
I was a little flat when in Stuttgart (not the fault of that beautiful city) and not even snow and sleet that waited ...
... heads that was going to be a struggle.
A quick splash of water on our faces we headed for the train sans showers. Buying a ticket was a debacle but soon enough we were making the now familiar journey to Munich airport.
Giving ourselves plenty of time for our flight to Helsinki we made our way to the Finnair check in and that is where the fun started.
Booking an around the world ticket we had opted for an extended layover in Helsinki before heading on to ...
... churches here in Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, and rococo styles. If you're an architecture geek, you will appreciate how bizarre and rare it is that all those styles exist in one place. If not, well, tough, it's my blog, and I find that interesting. :)
We had a very late lunch (or early dinner) at 4pm, at a tiny bierstube in Old Town. Its specialty was grilled sausages, cooked over an open flame ...
... and took about a million selfies. Before you knew it, the tent was shutting down and we had to head home. Time flies when you're having fun (the beer may have also played a part). On the way home we had some mandeln (sugar almonds) and played a fun game where we tried to hunt down Julie. But we got home safe and sound.
The next day was a lazy affair. We were joined by Anna & Julie's friend Tom, from Australia. I tried to convince the troops to go to Oktoberfest ...
Today was a grim look into the past of Germany.
I went to Dachau Concentration Camp that was one of the main camps during the Holocaust.
I honestly didn't think it would take me as long as it did to read about the Holocaust and about this particular camp and the people who were there.
But it did. It took me 8 and 1/2 hours to read about it, and I did skip some bits.
Then there were the parts which I wish I had skipped. I ...