Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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... to carry large rocks on their back up out of the quarry. There would have been about one hundred of them chained together at once, meaning that if one was to misplace their foot and slip it would bring the whole line down, most of the time killing majority as the rocks they were carrying would crush them. Re-walking these stairs was ghostly and everyone walked in utter silence trying to somehow comprehend what went on. ...
... when Ryan realized he left his iPad on the counter in customs. Yes, the iPad that almost made us miss our flight was left sitting on the counter in a German airport. Ryan went back in search for it while I set off to find Mia. Mia had been looking for us for hours and needless to say was ready to find us. I finally found her, Ryan found his iPad, and we were off to see Munich.
We took the train into the city and ...
After breakfast we headed out to the Deutsches Museum, a short walk from our hotel. What an amazing museum. Main focus on shipping, technology, design and printing. Time just vanished. You could spend a whole day just in the printing technology section alone. I'm going to have to come back here sometime and finish the telecommunications and electronics sections. We had a quick snack before heading to the shops for some retail therapy. First stop ...
Also located in the park is the Chinese Tower, an interesting structure that sits as the center piece for a popular beer garden. Inside of the screened in tower sits a band that plays for the crowd as the imbibe the beer and food that is offered there. It is the second largest beer garden in Munich with over 7,000 seats.
Our tour of Munich would end there at the garden as we navigated next to another U-Bahn stop so that we could head ...
... on Facebook and chatted to Patrick had Jen (an America girl I'd also met). And then this dude from Greece started talking to us, his name was Alessandros. And we were all just chatting and after about an hour we discovered that he isn't actually at the hostel. I was like WHAT?!? He just came into reception to scam some free wifi. But he's working in Munich and living here. Weird dude. Anyways... he was nice enough. And I think Patrick is going to go to a ...