Hotel Bayerischer Hof
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... Crunching leaves on the ground Monster rock fingers Grew up every surround The sights were amazing, But our photos can't sell Of the shear height and glory That only nature can tell ~ Dinner and opera Sounds a fancy affair A night out, just us To end my twenty fifth year Well, not just us two, But a rioting crowd Joined in my birthday To get rowdy and loud We would have stayed on To thank them for coming But the cold of outside Was ...
... roads, buildings, and footpaths. It's now totally illegal to remove pieces of the wall so 99% of the souvenirs available claiming to be bits of the wall are fake, so I won't be bringing any back! The segment we visited is used as a street art gallery with extensive graffiti from numerous renowned artists decorating it. Some other sections are near the Brandenburg Gate, and around the old Gestapo and SS Headquarters building. ...
Our next stop is
Dresden, unfortunately this was a very sad time for the family with Nathan's
father Malcolm passing away unexpectedly in Townsville. Mal had been sick for sometime but it was not
expected that he would pass away so quickly and Mal and the rest of Nathan’s
family were adamant that we still go on this trip, even if we were ...
... their depth' until they've played table football with Germans! I'm happy if I kick the ball the right way, these guys were passing along there line of players! We then went upstairs and it felt like we were in a different place! No music, just a few pool tables, air hockey table and even some guys playing chess! We had a few more drinks including a shot of pfeffi, a mint flavored shot! Despite not making it back to the hostel until the ...
... Blenheim. Some rooms were decked out in eighteenth century style; the kitchen complex had been thoughtfully and splendidly recreated and the dining room with yet more Meissen porcelain was pretty fine ( you'd think that they made the stuff around here ). The chapel was unusually under-stated, with paintings illustrating the life of Mary and featuring heated seats: literally the Hot Seat to God.However, the rest is more of a quasi-museum set inside the rooms of ...