Quality Hotel Augsburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... outdoor market selling the biggest artichokes we've ever seen but the most impressive thing we visited so far was the Fuggerei. This is a social housing settlement set up by Jakob Fugger in 1516, as a thank you to the city that made him rich. To this day, the Fugger family estate still manages this city within a city and the cost to the residents is €1 rent per year, excluding utilities and an Our Father prayer once per day. Xoxo A & ...
... understand what was being said! It was also nice to see all of the old jewellery boxes and a pair of very old wooden clogs!
We then found ourselves at the markets along the outer wall of the city. These markets are held for 2 weeks in both autumn and spring and had a great variety of stalls from honey products, to lawn mowing products, foods, clothes, felt items, cooking utensils, bicycles parts and so on. It was decorated with Bavarian hearts ...
Apologies for the delay in writing this, we have been having a grand old time with our lovely friends and the blog has been neglected...
Where to start... Wednesday morning we had a slow breakfast at the little hotel we stayed at and packed our bikes up again. It was absolutely pouring rain and totally freezing so we rode straight to the train station and waited there for a train. We found an earlier train and hopped on that. Unfortunately ...
... like smoke next to me and fat guy across from me and his tummy is bursting out if his light green shirt. It's pretty bad. I'm pretty tired so might have a look around Munich get some food and try finish booking the rest if the trip before an early night and castle tomorrow.
Arrived in Munich and went and found the hostel. Saw a walking tour brochure so put my bag in a locker and went back to the train station to join that. We walked to a square and watched the bells. ...
... later, but not eating then was more out of respect and paralysis of the senses.
I arrived in the city Dachau and found what I was looking for right away: the first marker to the path of remembrance (I could have taken the bus right to the camp, but Mom told me that there was the rout that the prisoners were forced to take to get from the station to the camp, and I knew that I wanted to take that path). I unfortunately then followed the signs meant ...