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... Tessa had a lot of questions and interest in Hitler and the Nazis. We balanced WWII historical sites with a trip to the Munich Olympic Park.
At the Olympic Park, we saw where Mark Spitz swam to record gold medals and we saw the famous olympic stadium, which has hosted world cup soccer matches. Finally, at Olympic Stadium we visited the memorial to the 11 Israeli athletes that were kidnapped and killed at the 1972 Munich Olympics. The kids ...
... such a long day no one felt like drinking. We had left from our hotel in Lucerne at 7.45am and arrived at the hotel in Munich at 10.30 pm. Great room, slept like a log, but almost a waste of a good room.
The thing we notice is that while the farming is so very different the people we are meeting are good at what they are doing, they are good operators and just because they are in a small way in no way detracts from how good they are.
... strawberries to snack on. For lunch we grabbed some sausages in buns and sat down in the market garden for a nooner beer.
After lunch we wandered over to the main train station at Hauptbahnof to catch our Third Reich tour. We stopped at the 3 floor McDonalds for a bathroom break and a latte. The tour covered Hitler's rise to power in Germany from the end of the First World War to the start of the ...
... which is said to bring you the partner of your dreams (I mean we already have found each other, so that would be rather redundant!). We finished the tour and warmed up the traditional way with hearty meals (including big sausages) at a beerhall.
On our second day in Munich we explored the local markets, in which we further developed our taste for all things bratwurst and pretzel. Feeling satisfied we walked to the lovely English Gardens, a huge park ...