Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Pets allowed
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... the first concentration camp built by the Nazis. We saw the bunkers the prisoners stayed in - with five times more occupants than the buildings were designed for. We walked to see the creamatorium, the gas chamber, and the clothing disinfecting rooms. There is no proof that the gas chamber was actually used at this camp, but it could have been. We saw the Protestant, Catholic and Jewish chapels that were added later. We saw a film ...
... has the same layout as a traditional hotel room. No one had checked into the room yet but me, but they person at the front desk noted that only one other person would be in the same room tonight. Figured it would be some guy.
Haven't washed clothes in a bit, decided to do laundry. However, the hostel doesn't have any laundry facilities, and the nearest laundromat was a couple blocks away, and apparently it was quite expensive. Said screw it and threw ...
"Hey babe. I'm totally wasted too. I love autocorrect. We went to an awful club. But my bro was ther = happy. You're so sweet, I wish you were drunk all the time. I wish you didn't live in Australia. Why must this be? I feel like I can't give my all slash my half because you're running away. Like this... ��. Except not that direction. Anyway, my way of having a d&m.
Ps: you're sexy too. Really sexy. And I'm sad I have another potential ...
... camp was predominately used as a labour camp - or so they labelled it that to hide the behind the scenes – it had a large quarry within it which the prisoners had to work at 12 hours a day, with only being fed once every three days! To get to the bottom of this quarry was what is called the ‘death stairs’ and they were pretty horrendous even in our day and age. The prisoners used to be shackled together ...
... this huge house, which was in a prime spot, so it became a Police Station and it is still to this day.
The areas we travelled through were beautiful in that it was mainly flat, with gentle hills, very green with many different crops and lovely villages, farmhouses and communities dotted frequently throughout. The design of the farmhouses and the village buildings were what one sees in travel brochures and the variety of colours on these houses and in the ...