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... part of Motel One was the TV, which had a channel that solely played an aquarium of fish swimming around to this eerily calming windpipe music.
At that point, Scott and I became paralyzed from exhaustion. Luckily, we were cured 2 hours later when we woke up from the deepest, best sleep. It took us a while to snap out of the jet lagged trance, and we unpacked and settled into the room.
We then used Triposo app, to make a sightseeing ...
... there waiting. What wonderful service! Here in Melbourne, if the bus drivers see a train coming they quickly take off – no wonder we never use public transport here. The bus then took about ten or fifteen minutes to reach the Camp.
We went first to the Visitor's Centre and decided that we would use audio guides rather than join a guided tour. We then set off with our audio guides and provided maps in hand. It was actually a ...
... The Hofbrauhaus in Munich is an interesting place. It's very large and filled with long tables. The place starts serving at 11 am. When we arrived (about 11:30) the place was already filling and by the time we left (an hour later) there was hardly a seat to be found. Entertainment was provided by a six piece oompah band! Liz excelled with her shopping and bought a ...
... good because we got some freshly prepared spaghetti bolognese and it was really good. Dachau concentration camp facts: -In Operation from 1933 to 29th April 1945 when US troops liberated the survivors -Over 200,000 prisoners from throughout Europe were incarcerated here and more than 43,000 died -Interestingly Dachau was the first every concentration camp and served as a model for subsequent camps of which there was eventually over 150 during Hitlers rule -In ...
... filled with screaming Italian children rather than obnoxious slow Americans. It was a quick stop, but well worth it. Its truly a beautiful city floating on water. Tonight we are on board our night train to Munich. Jake and I each have a box of wine in hand hoping the vino knocks us out on our uncomfortable night train. In Munich we will stay a little ways out side of the city with a woman that I found on air bnb. All I can say is I hope she has a washing machine because we smell ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility