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Wednesday 6th July Furstenfeldbruck to Ubersee

We had an early start because we wanted to beat the queues to the Dachau Concentration Camp. Early means we got there at 9.00am which was about when it opened. Best value for money, we paid 3 euro to park, 50 cents for a guide pamphlet and everything else was free. We didn’t need to queue and were able to walk around at our own pace and read everything because there were well displayed English boards. It took us three and a half hours, but it was so interesting we didn’t notice the time. It’s not the place for small children, so although we had large high school tour parties we didn’t need to contend with naughty loud children.

The atrocities that went on here are disturbing and what I found even more disturbing is why the tourists felt the need to photograph the furnaces and old pictures of emancipated or dead bodies.

Just to contrast our day we then headed off to Chiemsee to see Ludwig II’s royal palace built on an island; from concentration camp to opulent grandeur. However, like everything Ludwig ll did, he had grand designs and never finished them. The palace and gardens are based on Versailles Palace and needs some maintenance to the gardens to bring it up to Versailles standards. The price is only 8 euros for a tour but you need to pay 8 euros each just to get over on the ferry or paddle steamer.

We too had grand plans, for tomorrow, so we headed close to the Austrian border to go through to Salzburg in the morning. The motorhome-only spots are becoming quite popular as summer starts so we have to hunt around. We settled for our second choice in Ubersee where the chef, as they call him, doesn’t speak a word of English and locks your power cord away, we are getting quite good at nodding and charades. Agree to everything and pay in the morning, and humour them with “allo” if you have to...



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