The Charles Hotel
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... weren't really there. It took us nearly 20mins to get to Hammersmith which I can nearly walk faster and then we zig zaged across Fulham until I got my phone out and told him just to take another route. Luckily we had built in a little wiggle room to the trip so arrive with enough time to get through to the boarding gate as the plane was boarding.
For the first time (other than the small drama with the Taxi) Kate and I left the airport and arrived into ...
... present gingerbread hearts.
Once we wandered the grounds, we decided to check out a couple of the beer halls. Many of the halls had outdoor “beergarden” style seating as well as incredibly elaborate and decorated halls seating thousands of people inside. The inside of one beer hall we entered was painted pale blue and the ceiling resembled the sky. It was incredible.
And everywhere we walked we heard languages of the world. Aussies were in the ...
... introduced the topic of the Holocaust to the kids over breakfast that morning. To their credit, both Sam Jackson and Catherine seemed to appreciate the importance and solemnity of the subject and listened carefully. It was a gloomy and rainy Sunday morning in Dachau - fitting weather to visit this infamous vestige of German history. The Dachau concentration camp was initially built in 1933 as a penitentiary for political prisoners. The ...
... just enough time to see the final minutes of the hawks match, we found our way to a pub called ned Kelly's and watched from 1/2 way through the 3rd quarter. We were very unimpressed to find the hawks behind Geelong, though honestly not unexpected. We got some beers thinking we'd watch it out and hawks were 20 points down so seemed to be all over but just a minute later hawks got in front. YAY!!! Very fun to see that from Munich but now have ...
... which is heart wrenching. When we were walking around I found a section with bonus coupons which were given to the prisoners as a reward and they could be used at the brothel or at the canteen. It says that these were completely useless because there was never extra food or they would never be given the extra food. They used the males in the camps to work in the quarries to get marble and stone for the building of Austrian and German cities me buildings. The profits made from ...