Hotel Gautinger Hof
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... out of the hall because they were rotating the tables. On the way out Bridget and I lost the rest of the group and we walked around before going to the bus pick up point, giving in very early. We were in bed for a 'nap' at 6:30pm. Not actually waking until, the next day.
Day two was full of seedy faces. We decided not to rush in to the grounds and got there at about 11am. First I had to go to lost and found cause I had lost my camera the day before but it didn't open until ...
Booooo no more Switzerland. I did my second last busabout trip to Munich. Again it was a nice quiet bus with lots of space to myself! We got into Munich at around 5 and I met people for dinner at 7. We played some card games then left to the ...
... similar to that which miners faced while working. To give you an idea of how massive this museum was, this section of the museum was just under 1/2 mile long and had 260 steps. We saw the areas we wanted to during the afternoon there, and then headed out to eat.
We went to the largest Beer Hall in Munich, it could seat 3,500 people. The soccer team in Munich had just played a game today ...
... on my balcony and watch the fall leaves change from light honey to saffron to rust. But moving. Germany couldn't save me from this situation, oh no. I've never moved without a car for one, so now I could only lug a pathetically small amount of stuff with me each trip, and each trip is down flights of stairs, walking blocks and blocks, waiting for a tram, hoping said tram isn't so full that I have to stand the whole way laden with boxes, off the tram and walking ...
... And got a festival.
-See the sign of the photo there? This was a sign of things not to do in the church (Alter Peter). There's a picture of a guy with his hands in his pockets. Why is this forbidden, you might wonder? Our tour guide wondered this too, and had asked the priest there. And he responded, "The devil is in your pants. It's to keep you from sinning."
IN MY PANTS!!