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We took a short walk to the Heimstatten train station and rode into München and got off at the Marienplatz station. At the Marienplatz we walked around looked at some souvenir shops and had a bier at a sidewalk cafe on a side street. It was getting close to noon, so we headed back to the platz to watch the glockenspiel. the platz was packed, with ...
Munich was turning out to be one of the lowlights of this trip. This had a lot to do with the incessant rain over the last few days. The city itself was beautiful and I definitely wasn't giving it due justice here. Unfortunately i didn't enjoy my experience here the last few days.
I caught the train out to the town Füssen today to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle. You may not have heard of this particular castle but you must ...
... let A&G know what time my train was due in, but the platform was bare, there were no cars outside, and neither the mobile nor house numbers worked when I called them (I later learned I had mistaken a slash symbol for a 1 and had too many digits). I tried my only German sentence 'Sprecken sie English?' on the only person in sight & showed him the address I had on a scrap of paper, then followed what I thought he had said, ...
... Brandon, and Nick. We walked to the festival and discovered it was more like a fair. There was a ride that swung up and down while spinning and a haunted house with a psycho tree. We eventually found the beer tent, which was packed. We wandered around until we found a partially empty table with 3 German guys. We ordered a 1 liter pitcher for everyone (almost everyone).
We had a great time at the table that night. At some point, a ...
... family still denies access to any examiners or viewers of his body. Either way, cool story, great castle.
October 16, 2013
The German specialties seem to be quite simple dishes, but really yummy. For breakfast we ate meatloaf, meatballs, potatoes and beer. It is like SEA here in the way that you can drink at any time of the day and you will never be alone. Steve is lovin life. We walked around the center of town on our own today ...