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... following it. We changed into our Dirndls on the train and arrived at our campsite ready to go. The campsite was PACKED with people. There were tents on every inch of the ground. The workers came from everywhere and were all extremely outgoing. They greeted us all with a free beer (which was terrible compared to the beer at Oktoberfest) and got us checked in. The tents only fit two people so I was originally going to sleep in a different one with someone else who ...
Today I really didn't have any plans because I actually thought I was leaving tomorrow but turns out I have one extra day here in Munich! I got about 5 hours of sleep before I had to check out and move into my new room. The cleaning crew was still in the new room though so I had to wait in the common room to go back to sleep. That didn't end up happening though because my old roommates, ...
This morning, the sun shone through the window and awakened us to another perfect day in Germany. We went for a walk in the fresh morning air and climbed the Rothenburg city walls this morning. The walls were built in the 13th century. It's crazy that we were walking on something so old! 13th century makes it at least 800 years old and the hotel where we stayed was 700 years old too. You see what we ...
... took the bus (no 100) to
Alte Pinakothek. The musuem is primarily to the European masters (Albert
Durer and the 3R's - Rembrandt, Rubens and Raphael). The audio guide is
a must, comes with the ticket. We spent nearly 2 hours before coming
back and taking the Bus no 100 again. Only this time it was in the wrong
direction. Its a very good way to visit the city and by the time we
made the enroute trip and got back to the main station, we had seen ...
... was a struggle to communicate with these innkeepers as they know NO English, but we managed to negotiate a 65 euro room and left three jars of marmalade in the process. Next we walked to the information center and made the acquaintance of Sabrina Huber, a doll who provided us with the scoop on Salzburg. We had decided to skip the drive to ...