Travel Blogs from Dachau
... crazy driving along at about 140km/hr and having cars whizz by you doing at least 200+! We stopped quickly to dose Raelene up on pseudoephedrine in an attempt to stop the sniffles, wearing a helmet and having a running nose is not fun! We made it to Dachau after driving through some pretty heavy rain and quickly parked our bikes and made our way to the former concentration camp. I came here about 9 years ago with my high school and can still remember the visit. When we arrived today ...
... camp commandants and officers were trained here in Dachau. The inmates after walking here from the station had to pass through the front gate with the words Arbeit Macht Frei,( work makes you free). Wake up at 0400, An 11 hour workday, plus standing at attention for roll call at 0515 and 1900, then lights out at 2100 is the life that awaited. The museum displays the history of Hitlers rise to power and the opening of the camp. It goes ...
... and cobble stone streets again though which is always pretty. Our last rendezvous before we said our final goodbyes was with Monika and Adam on the roof again where the girls had tea and the boys smoked cigars. We were super sad to see them all go, but also excited to continue our adventure. Plus, we still had until midnight the next day to catch our overnight train to Prague for us to explore the parts of Heidelberg we ...
... quickly went to the cafe to grab some food before heading back to Munich city. We ordered the pork ribs & curry wurst to share, as well as 2 cold drinks. After lunch, we went into the bookstore to browse through the items before taking bus #726 back to the train station to take the S-Bahn back to Munich.
We returned to Marienplatz by 430pm and stopped by the square to wait for the glockenspiel to "perform" at 5pm. ...
... Munich, and maybe even the world. We ended the night once again back in a hostel bar, but Emily and Danny's. Canadians beat the Brits at foosball! Wade will probably be seeing them in January when he's back in the UK. They were nice enough to invite him to stay at their flat whenever he's in London. As for me, I assured them I would try to make it back asap in the spring/summer. Our stay in Munich simply would not have been nearly as good without them. Thanks guys!
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Schwarzberghof Dachau
Other places to stay in Dachau
Muenchner Strasse 46a, Dachau | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse 8, Dachau | Hotelfrom $87
Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 16, Dachau | Hotelfrom $90
Pollnstrasse 6, Dachau | Hotelfrom $96
Bahnhofstrasse 4, Dachau | Hotelfrom $106
Hermannstrasse 9, Dachau | Hotelfrom $101