Hotel Insel Muhle
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of what lay beyond the barbed wire, who opened the door to one of the train carriages standing at the camp entrance, to reveal mounds of dead bodies. A sobering visit, which left me numb from the experience as well as the cold.
It was dark and very cold when I stepped off the train back in Geisenhausen that night. I had sent a ...
... out. It was actually a lot of fun! After leaving the tent we stopped for a bratwurst each and walked around a bit more before heading back to our room at 18:00. I was still a bit "happy” but also very tired so had a nap before heading out to dinner.
Now as I write this we are in our hotel room in Frankfurt at 10pm, our very last stop before we fly out tomorrow. I am so looking forward to coming home and seeing my babies, I honestly can’t believe we have ...
... matching orange-tiled peaked roofs. In fact, our train trip and few days in Munich completely shifted any stereotypes of the country that I had developed. It was beautiful, the people were very friendly and both of us agree - German men and women are HOT. Va Va Voom! Think less Sargent Schultz Claudia Schiffer.
Our hotel in Munich was right across from the train station (on the right side of the tracks as we discovered one night wandering on the ...
... of the new Documentation Center, which will be opening next year. It really is one of the few blatant acknowledgments of Nazi history in Munich, and as the spokeswoman said to me yesterday, it is time to deal with the fact that it is part of our past; we can advantageously use this past to better our future. Whether Munich is at the beginning of a new sort of memory revolution, or if it is just taking ...
... march where hundreds of people march through the festival in traditional dress and there are brass bands too. It was awesome.
We watched the parade and then went to visit some of the renowned tents.
Contrary to what Paul and I initially thought, the tents that everyone talks about when describing Oktoberfest and not actually great big circus tents. They are actually huge beer halls which look completely permanent - like pubs that ...