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... earlier we would have been on our way) and we began to learn that international train travel is almost impossible to plan as one country often doesn't have connection information for another country. REGARDLESS, 24 hours of travel and a less than comfortable sleep on the floor of the train we arrived to Munich bright and early in the morning. And promptly slept for the rest of the ...
... went up the St. Peter's tower to get a view of Munich. Having seen Rome and Athens from high views it was funny to compare how much smaller Munich seems. The view from the top gives a great view of the Glockenspiel. When we finished up the tower we went to check out the Glockenspiel from the ground level before heading off in pursuit of the Milka store. Milka is probably the best chocolate I've ever had (a million and ten times better than Hershey). The ...
James left early this morning for London so it was just me again at camp. I didn't know what to do with myself. I was supposed to leave for Salzburg the next day but I honestly didn't know how I would manage it and the people at the camp said I could stay as long as I like. Everything was a blur the whole day and I just tried to keep myself busy. ...
... Play every 10 years, the little town was a mecca of gift shops and bargin clothes outlets we had to stop at!
Despite the heavy rain we walked around the village and managed to get some photos too. The Passion Play, played by 1,400 local amateur actors in March, serves to celebrate the passing of the plague from the village. You must be a local resident to take part in the play.
After that we drove back to Munich ready ...
... night too. We walked through all the carnival rides this time. Germans have the most bad ass carnival rides. There was this one where the whole this rotated upside down and the seats spun and this fountain of water was underneath you and the people would hang over the water. It was the most intense thing I've ever seen at a carnival. Then they had roller coasters, those swings that fly in a circle, and that tower that drops you really fast. I really wanted to go on a ride ...