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... six hours there because I would stand and just try to see it all happening before me. To stand in a place where a reported (they wouldn't report a lot of deaths if they were killed without permission) 32,000 people died is and another tens of thousands suffered immeasurably is difficult to comprehend and you sort of feel numb the entire time.
In desperate need of a beer, I started to make my way back to Munich around 4:30pm. At the train station in Dachau I was having a hard ...
... was done for the night haha. It was such a fun experience with great traditional music, old and young people just drinking,socializing and having a great time. We left before the Oktoberfest closed at 11 to beat the rush of people and also because after so many hours in 1 tent they kick you out! So they kicked everyone out around 6 o'clock and we went and did some more calmer rides haha which didn't seem so calm when you have a couple ...
... We saw a couple of old walls - all that was left of Hitler's home. It was bombed by the Allies and nearly completely distroyed. (The Eagle's Nest was untouched). We walked around the grounds of the home and saw how huge it had been.
We spent a little time in the small town of Berchtesgaden, the town closest to Hitler's homes. It was a cute little town, seemingly unconnected to the evil ...
... was just their first encounter with the infamous German "tricksters". These tricksters are the group's perception of German men as rather large well groomed yet goofy guys completely obsessed with practical jokes. This impression will become a theme of all of their time in and around the Fatherland.
The original trickster gives the crew some recommendations for ...
... skirting the old town. We hopped off and walked across the Mozart Footbridge over the Salzach River to enter the old town.
Salzburg is the Nashville of classical music. Heck, Mozart lived and composed here! The Salzburg festival is famous! Unfortunately, we didn't here a note of music while we were here....hmmmmppphhh. We did have an excellent lunch at an Indian, Austrian, Italian restaurant.