Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying
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... to start, two glasses of wine and a pot of cheese was $100! Yearning for something sweet after we left the restaurant we went for something familiar: chai tea lattes and a chocolate chip cookie at starbucks (again very expensive but hey it's my birthday). Broke we headed back to our apartment and started planning our excursions for the next day and face timing with Kendra (at reasonable time) and then waking up to mom trying to factime us a 3 am (she must have forgot about the time ...
... 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 ...
... able to see. When we got back to the hostel I said goodbye to my new Irish friends and I went to the supermarket to buy some lunch. It's insane how cheap things are over here; I bought a 1.5 liter of water, a salad, and applesauce for only 3.82 euro! I'm trying not to take out any more cash because I'm leaving in a few days so I now have about 6 euro to last me until I leave. I think I can do ...
... only behind our guide so as soon as we passed under the bridge I watched him to see how this ‘exiting the river worked’. I was at least partly expecting some sort of man made way of helping people get out of the river, especially with the current this strong…but nope, just the edge of the river that has a wall that goes about 2 inches above the water line, and then just dirt and trees. There were 2 very small carve outs in this wall that ...
... walk and a large sculpture. It was designed by a former inmate and reflects a prisoner's journey through Dachau. Prisoners would walk into camp (ground level of the monument footpath), be stripped of all rights and dignity (lowest level of the monument footpath) and then be released when the camp was liberated by the US forces (back at ground level again). It stands as a reminder of the thousands that did not get to leave Dachau and the many other camps. Further explanation of ...