Hotel Rothof Bogenhausen
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... has the same layout as a traditional hotel room. No one had checked into the room yet but me, but they person at the front desk noted that only one other person would be in the same room tonight. Figured it would be some guy.
Haven't washed clothes in a bit, decided to do laundry. However, the hostel doesn't have any laundry facilities, and the nearest laundromat was a couple blocks away, and apparently it was quite expensive. Said screw it and threw ...
... was a very sad big pig in the middle of the market, and other animal sculptures. The tents containing the markets stalls were very crowded, but there was lots different arty things, if I felt I hadn’t bought enough Moroccan stuff I could have bought more. A lot of it was quite expensive.
Vanessa’s boyfriend Christophe came and met us in the market and we went and had coffee at the baklava ...
... on them. After waking again we went back to the grass where everyone was and some of our friends were still asleep. (Great time for selfies LOL).
Later around 6:45pm we started meeting more of our friends from school that came with us (we lost a bunch of people in the beginning of the day) and all walked together to the bus. I was soo happy to see the bus because I had some water in my bag that I really wanted (Oktoberfest ...
... Euro per glass. My drinks ended up costing more than the meal.
... is probably a good thing at their age). Caroline and I tried to provide as much context as possible, but for the most part we all listened quietly to our audio guides as we walked through the camp's courtyard, barracks, museum, gas chamber, and crematorium. It was a solemn morning.
After spending the morning in Dachau, we drove to downtown Munich to walk around and clear our heads. We found a traditional Bavarian restaurant on one of the ...