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... Berchtesgaden where, after lunch, we explored some of the bunkers that have been unearthed there. Sad to think that all the farmers that had been in the area were moved off their land, so as to allow for a Nazi township..... Which is now gone. Learned so much from our guide about Hitler's rise, and about him. An amazing day, definitely one of the highlights of our trip. Back late.... ...
... middle of winter surrounded by snow. We saw one lady just as she was getting out of the water, dressed literally head to toe in a neoprene drysuit and with her face bright red from the very crisp water. She hopped out and walked barefoot through the snow to an orange van with curtains in the back for a bit of privacy as she changed and a rack for her surfboard on top. Replace the snow with sand and the narrow little ...
... I was wrong. We spent the next hour trekking round various hostels before finally beginning the tour in Marienplatz, the main square in Munich.
We started by watching the Glockenspiel, a clock tower on the Old town hall. It's apparently voted the 2nd most disappointing attraction in the world, although this contradicts what I was told in Prague about the Astronomical Clock.
It chimes on the hour, and then for the next 3 minutes playing folk songs, although ...
... on the way out we managed to loose absolutely everyone except ourselves so we headed home and found Emma and Karen on the train.
Monday 28th September
Monday we decided to head out to a castle called Neuschwantein which was just over 2 hours away on the train. Apparently everyone else in Munich had decided the same thing so we ended up standing on the train for the whole two hours. Ahhhhhhhh not what you want to do when your hung over.
... the length of the grounds. The construction for the the beer halls begins in July and takes about two months to complete. It then takes about a month to dismantle after the two week Octoberfest run concludes. So roughly a third of the year is dedicated to building or taking down this beer city. Yowza!
Another intersting fact. Tickets to the beer halls are sold by table – generally tables of 8 or 10. No
single tickets are sold so if you don't buy a group of ...