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Josef-Seliger-Strasse 7, Dachau, Bavaria, 85221, Germany | Inn
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This inn, located on Josef-Seliger-Strasse 7, Dachau, is near Dachau Concentration Camp, Flugwerft Schleisheim, and Lustheim Palace (Schloss Lustheim).
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Travel Blogs from Dachau

Day 12 - Dachau

A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 26, 2014

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... freedom that, before, seemed impossible. Dachau is a testament to the human spirit's will to survive, and to the fact that when humans band together in hope they will survive and will be free. But sadly Dachau is primarily a reminder of the opposite, of what monstrosities humans are capable of when they create an "us versus them" dichotomy, when we think of others as less, as unworthy, as cheap labour, as pests that need to be eradicated. We both ...

Dachau Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 11, 2014

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... had to live with parents, grandparents, mayors, chiefs of police etc. who were pardoned by the Nuremberg Trials, but realistically couldn't be forgiven for their crimes against basic human morality. The most important thing to take away from seeing the camp, or from reading about it, is understanding the patterns of human history. First of all, the Nazis were NOT the first to use concentration camps, that was the British in South Africa. Second, ...

The Good, the Bad, and the Inhumane

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 01, 2014

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... of the camp that was shot immediately after it was liberated. It was..just awful. Then we walked to the "showers" and the crematorium. I cannot imagine what the people who walked into those rooms felt. Even now, I was terrified. I just don't get how other human beings could do this to another. Unbelievable. It was a great, sober tour of the camp. After stuffing like sardines on the bus and then getting back to Munich, I said goodbye to my fellow Americans and went to just walk ...

A Somber Day at Dachau

A travel blog entry by mjvardaro on Jun 12, 2014

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... Chinese girl from Florida who just graduated from dental school. We talked while walking through the exhibits and she ended up on the same train back to Munich. Walking into Dachau sent a chill through my spine. I didn't know how the exhibits would be presented so I didn't have any expectations. I would describe it as very understated and basically a graveyard for people to come and morn these many losses. The main gate had the words ...

Mas Munich

A travel blog entry by roamingrunner on Jul 16, 2013

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... and ate lunch at the world's most famous beer hall, the Hofbrauhaus.

Our stop at St. Michael's Church was particularly memorable for two reasons - first, it is the final resting place of King Ludwig II, the mad king of Neuschwanstein fame. Second, it shares a patron saint with that of my husband's favorite place in France, le Mont St. Michel (St. ...