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- Fitness/Health center
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Really good sleep and a great breakfast resulted in a good start to the day.
We drove to Dachau concentration camp where we met Mr Gruber, a holocaust survivor. He didn't speak English well so Dom translated. He mainly talked about the persecution Jews received, especially in reference to his family. His aunts and cousins were all killed at a camp. We found out at the end that he went to a camp as ...
... the van.
We rode the 9km to Innsbruck the next day, mainly along the river when we finally found it. Innsbruck has a lovely compact little centre full of ancient buildings and character. We did a short walking tour from Lonely Planet and had a picnic in the park before riding back. We headed straight off to our next stop, an Aire in a place about twenty minutes away called Schwaz. Nice views of the mountains but it rained heavily, with some ...
... scenic route up, up, up to Neuschwanstein castle.
Neuschwanstein castle is perched on a hilltop in the Bavarian Alps. Owned by mad King Ludwig II who grew up in the yellow castle nearby it took him over 20 years to complete the buildings exterior and there were only 12 rooms completed at the time of his mysterious death. We are rushed through the castle very quickly however the rooms we saw ...
... it was left hand drive. The Taxi drive knew the place I was staying, Romantic Pension and we were on our way. My first impressions were overwhelming, when you come into Hohenschwangau you look straight up at Schloss Neuschwanstein and it is impressive. I checked into Romantic Pension and the lady was bewildered at the fact I was there by myself, after all she said it is the Romantic Pension. I went for a walk up to Schloss Neuschwanstein ...
... bad..... A few notes and observations on Dachau.. I got lost and asked a couple of people the way, they didn't know yet seemed to speak English....the camp is in a small town and housing is next to it, the prisoners were marched through the town to the camp and out to work in factories yet the local inhabitants allegedly did not know the full scale of the operation. I overheard an English woman haughtily complaining that the map wasn't ...