The Charles Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... overnight: when we woke, even more awaited us. We drove up and down the mountains, basking in the beauty of the white-trimmed trees and stunning peaks while on our way to the town of Schwangau and its splendid pair of castles. We had not known we needed to reserve places on the tour of the castles in advance, so rolled the dice and took a chance that we’d be able to secure them at the ticket office. Given the slow pace on the roads due ...
... the sun is shining, it's warm and there is not a cloud in the sky which is polar opposites to the last few days being overcast and fairly cold. We had our last walk around Augsburg then jumped on the train to Munich at about midday, heading in to have lunch at the Hofbrauhaus, a famous beer house complete with band. Jus had a roasted pork knuckle with gravy and potato dumpling (which he said was like a big ball of glue) and I had a Wiener schnitzel with potato salad and ...
... on a tour of the building. After walking around and Travis counting all the cafeteria's , got up to 5 before he gave up, headed up to see a man, Christoph, who used to work in Sydney for a coffee and chat.
All done we headed off to the IT offices that Alice usually goes to, another two buildings linked. Of course another 20 minute walk but now it's raining. I take the blame for this as a company bus was on offer but thought ...
So today we travelled to Munich and on the way we stopped at Dachau, a concentration camp used at the 2nd world war. What an experience. I was overwhelmed with emotion when we walked into the once working camp. They had torn down a lot of the original bunkers where the Jewish people and prisoners slept, it was probably a good thing. Too much history. We walked around the camp, it was so empty and peaceful, like nothing there had ...
We were going to do a WWII walking tour, but Jim was overheated before we got to the meeting place. Plan B, we took the U3 underground to the BMW Welt and museum. The Welt is where you pick up the car you ordered, a huge showroom. The museum has the Rolls Royce collection, BMW bought them in the 90's, the motorcycles and old BMW's, up to the ...