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... with a zero to pay on it; bonus!
Then back the Novotel, 3 bus stops, 1.30 Euro. DInner at the Novotel. So I had noticed that Germans are active folk, they walk, they ride bicycles a lot, they jog. I now know why. I order a classic wiener schnitzel and got TWO huge chunks of schnitzel on the plate. Each as big as you would see in any Ozi pub. Just managed to get through one. Great night sleep, awesome sound proofing, didn't hear a thing.
... and I never ever want to repeat again. When I walked through the buildings with the incineration rooms and the gas rooms. I genuinely thought they were showers. They fitted the rooms with shower heads and sometimes would give the prisoners soap to fool them into going in there. It looked completely like a shower. Apparently it only took about 10 minutes to get them in there and gas them but would take 7-8 hours to completely incinerate all of the bodies. If the families were wealthy or ...
... tram took Ian, Miah and me towards the gate, but Bonnie, Marty, Francis and Carlos had to wait for the second one.We got to our gate about 4:15, but the 4:20 departure time meant they close the gate before 4:20 so we missed our flight. Since Marty and Francis booked separately they got re-booked through Amsterdam and the rest of us went to Brussels. We ended up getting to Munich around the same time... 2:30pm. this was about 6 1/2 hours past our ...
We decided to go on a 'free' walking tour of Munich, where you pay the guide what you think the tour is worth. It started at the old city square in front of 'The Glockenspiel' at 11am, then off around central Munich with our German/American guide Virginia. The commentary was a bit sarcastic at times, but we ...
... people going in and
out lighting candles so this made them even more beautiful.
We walked through Marienplatz,
Marx Joseph Platz and Odeonsplatz Square.
The cobblestones were awesome and people were just milling around even
though it was freezing! The buildings
and statues were huge and I couldn't stop taking photos!! Everywhere we looked
there was something different to see.
Kaufingerstrase was the main
street and ...