Bayerischer Hof Hotel
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... black cells for weeks or months, only getting fed every 3 to 4 days. They even had “standing cells” that were only 2’ by 2’ rooms where people would be kept up to two weeks! The officers in charge of the prison were particularly nasty people who liked to torture, perform medical experiments and execute (one of the main execution walls was in front) prisoners of their choosing.
The barracks where the prisoners lived were small buildings with ...
... airport, we had long showers and had breakfast there, we left for the train station at around 11:30. The train station is where we would leave our luggage and meet up with Lisa and Enrico ;) Dan and I arrived at the station, got outfits at the station for Oktoberfest ( they were cheaper than anywhere we have seen ) than we dropped off our bags and met up with Lisa and Enrico. We walked to Oktoberfest (it was so close which was very ...
... Plan helped them rebuild their buildings and then they put the original furnishings back in. On an evening tour, we ate several local foods and tried their local beers. We really enjoyed the Dunkleweiss accompanied by pretzel and sweet mustard in Chinese tower beer garden. The local waitresses can carry 6 or more full steins in each hand. At a practice table, Sean barely held 4 fake-beef steins in one hand (see pic). Sat - We went out on our own for a bike ...
... was starting to get worried. Unfortunately, both my phones died a few days ago (what are the chances hey!) so I had no way of communicating with her to let her know what was going on either!
It was all fine in the end but a bit worrying for a while, especially as the whole area around the train station where we're staying is a bit like a German-speaking version of Girrawheen or Rockingham.
Late night dinner of surprisingly good pizza at a late night ...
... letting them get their license! (We've got it on video!) By 3/4 of the way through, they seemed to have gotten the swing of things. Our tour guide, Blake, was excellent and really took us to areas of Munich that were off the beaten path. We returned to the hotel via Strassenbahn or street car. The students really seem to enjoy the idea of public transportation. Many stayed up to watch the third place round of the World Cup, getting snacks and drinks from the pizzeria a block ...