Ringhotel Alpenhof Augsburg
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Today we took off on the "Citrus Express" also known as the orange bus. As we entered the town of Augsburg the rain continued to fall. While it was a rainy day we didn't let that dampen our spirits. We enjoyed the sights of the City Place which was once home to the famous and very wealthy Fugger family. They were very influential family and the family name still carries on today in many stores and businesses.
St. Anne's Church ...
... decorations all over the place. It was very nice to stroll along the cobblestones and enjoy the market atmosphere. I was assured by more than one stall owner that if I enjoyed these markets, I MUST come to the Christmas markets. Don't worry I will! :-) (if I can get a visa)
At the market we enjoyed a delicious traditional Bavarian dessert, which unfortunately I cannot remember the name of and can't really find it on the net. But it was like a ...
... was delayed because of the rain and I think some track damage happened so our 2 hour journey turned into a 4 hour journey. Luckily we caught the earlier train. Paul and I didn't mind too much however, as we were dry, comfortable and had each other.
We arrived to Munich at about 4pm and searched on the Internet for a hostel to stay at for the night whilst we ate lunch at this very impressive food hall. Unfortunately all of the hostels in the area had ...
... t that exciting and it was hot. Then we went to the devils church and heard about how the devil wanted a church without windows so the architect designed pillars to block the windows.
Then started chatting to an Aussie a bit older than me. We walked around and it was hot. The tour chick was really good but I was tired. We walked through the markets and I got really hungry. Then we went to this building where hitler use to make his speeches. She knew a lot and it was ...
... and had to make a big loop to get back to the path the prisoners had to take, but I'm glad I went back.
Walking the path and thinking about the people who walked it, who died on it... it is very surreal and humbling. To feel hunger and thirst and tired feet just makes a person feel worse knowing that prisoners had ridden for days in train cars without food or water or restrooms, dead piling up on the floor around the crowded bodies... It makes one ...