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... refugee stations surrounding the area of the central train/bus station: red cross tents, bathroom trailers, army vehicles, etc. There were police officers by the dozens walking the streets, bikes locked up everywhere, and people strolling around without jobs, a home, or plan. It was very hard to see this extremely serious situation unfolding before our eyes. It is quite noble of the countries allowing the ...
... party and were often persecuted. Now behind the building is a memorial to those who refused to accept the Nazi’s
Much to the delight of Roy, our tour also took us past an interesting shrine to the late Michael Jackson. The shrine was setup only hours after his death and is still a site for die-hard fans to visit and pay their respects.
Our final stop on the tour was the Dom zu unserer Lieben Frau, or more easily said 'Cathedral of Our Dear ...
... ways, but someone who doesn't, might just find a thirty first way! :)
Another great thing about traveling alone is all your friends who have their friends in parts of the world you are going to, get you in touch with them. I have one such kickass traveler friend - Sargam - who got me in touch with her friend Kevin. Now, Kevin wasn't going to be around when I was in Munich, but his girlfriend - Carolyn was! He got me in touch with her ...
... show. It's a classic event, but the bells seemed a bit out of tune today. I don't know if that's possible or if I was just too hot to enjoy it like I have in the past. We ate lunch at a cafe on Marionplatz, the main square. After lunch we went to the Victualianmarkt, or market, and did a little shopping before heading back to the bus. Steve bought some sweet mustard like he had with his brat at lunch.
We rode out to ...
... with a lot of gothic architecture which you will see in my photos. For dinner we went to a beer hall called Lowenbrau, and there we each got a stein of beer (a full liter!) and I got the sausage and sauerkraut. I hate sauerkraut at home, but this sauerkraut was really good. It tasted really sweet. Amy had coleslaw and that was out of this world. Even the beer was amazing. We got a dark brew, so it was nice and rich. This really is the greatest beer in the world. The ...