Derag Livinghotel Karl Theodor
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... and so sweet.
Before going out for dinner, had to stop at the Hofbrauhaus for a beer ! I know, I dont drink beer, but managed their equivalent of a shandy. Its a small one!! Paul had no such qualms, and opted for a large weiss beer to ensure he didn't become dehydrated.
Back to ...
... King in a pinch. Perhaps though, it's better that Prince William or Prince Harry didn't have their rise to the throne as such a tender age.
We weren't able to take any photographs in the castle, or the museum we went to visit today. It's too bad - there were some really neat items in both places that would have been great to be able to remember.
Jack decided that we are going ...
... and fuelled by an endless supply of good German beer all served to create a new and deadly species. Politics, the military, contemporary circumstance and local culture all combining with devastating effect.
In a quieter and more reflective manner, we spent much of the morning studying the excellent exhibition on National Socialism in Munich. There was a welter of first rate artefacts and documents, Including uniforms, flags, posters, photos, books and very ...
... in the other! This park is well used. The Y Generation particularly was there in great numbers, swimming, sun baking and just hanging out. But the surfers! They were so much fun to watch. The water looked cool and most of them wore wet suits. They'd line up along the side, drop the board in the water and jump on. Some went down pretty quickly, some would manoeuvre up and down and across for several minutes then drop back, swim to the edge and line up again. (Video uploaded) ...
... just kidding).
I gaze around at all the people in this full to the brim beer hall, musicians playing traditional songs, tourists laughing creating good memories ( or losing them), waitresses running around trying to keep up with the demand. I get a feel of the German's cosy community gatherings of past and present.
Cold air comes through the exit door more consistently as if to say it's time to go, my head feeling a ...