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... Nikita that it wouldn't splash at night. It did. Finally, it was the Olympic roller-coaster time, with its five rings ensuring five upside down moments. Earlier in the day it scared the **** out of me. Now, all I wanted to do was go on it with it on repeat. Alcohol makes me so heroic. This was a ride too far for Nikita though, and she opted out. Wimp. Her loss though, because it was so much fun, and I felt so carefree drunkenly rolling around on it! By the time that was done, ...
... and lost for words. We arrived in Munich late afternoon to a sea of tents! We were staying at the main camping ground for the Oktoberfest activities that were to begin the next day. I could just imagine the state of the campsite now and would not be pretty. We had a small walking tour around the centre of Munich and then went to a Beer Hall for dinner where we all had steins and I tried Pork Knuckle (unfortunately this ...
... was an "extermination camp" and the conditions would have been more severe. I was not aware Dachau staged positive media releases from the camp to show the German people how "good" the prisoners were being treated. When the Alias came to the rescue and Dachau was liberated, I found it interesting to read that the German locals who apparently were unaware of the murders or mistreatment of prisoners were made to view Dachau and help bury the dead ...
... you ever visit - called Zum Straubinger. We ate typical Bavarian food (juicy roast pork with dumplings) and drank wine, unfortunately Katja had to leave early as there had been a problem with her car but not before Helen had a chance to quickly catch up with her and Katja could pass on some local knowledge. One such piece of information was that people who live in Munich like to refer to it as Italy's most northern city, partly because of proximity but mainly because of ...
... is not such an attractive place from that high up. See photos.
Walked around a bit more as Travis had to buy a pair of pants as they are expecting snow on Friday, hope it's not to hot at home.
Walked back home via the park again. Sitting around the flat before dinner but we would stay in for the first time in 4 weeks and had dinner in.
Off to Alice's office at 9:00 am tomorrow for a meet & greet and lunch. Should be fun.
Till next ...