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... through the museum - everything was difficult to look at, knowing what had happened here.
We went back to Munich and had a little free time before dinner at the famous Hofbräuhaus. We had a wonderful dinner of potato soup, roast suckling pig and dumplings, with apple strudel for dessert.
It was very warm in Munich today - 86 degrees, and it was a big day. Tomorrow is our last full day on the tour. The time has gone ...
... sure he thinks I'm stalking him now.
-German has to be my favorite language I've heard so far. I've always liked german. It doesn't have the same flow and rhythm that the romance languages have, but it's still a joy to listen to. It's quick and choppy, with ***********ants, and is spoken emphatically. The work ethic, effeciency, and pragmatism that the germans are known for is somehow expressed perfectly through their language
On Monday we had breakfast at the hotel before having our orientation walk of Munich. We were taken from the Hauptbahnhof to Karlsplatz, down to each of the churches, through the Marienplatz, with its two Rathauses, up to the Residenz and Odeonsplatz, the Hofbrauhaus, Viktualen markt and back to the Christmas markets at Marienplatz for a Gluhwein. After Gluhwein we watched the Glockenspiel go around a 12 ...
... deli and reminded me of Harrod’s in London only on a smaller scale. Then we walked back to Max Josef Platz where we had been on our tour on Thursday because there was a Spatenhaus where they tried the Oktoberfest and I had a radler. We noticed a lot of people really dressed up sitting in the café outside with us and lots of people arriving at the Opera House. Before long it was time to head to the Yodelwirt for supper.
... familiarise ourselves with the area. For lunch I had a mixture of sausages (big surprise) mash and sauerkraut. With the exception of the sauerkraut – it was a great meal. The others liked their meals and we continued walking through a long shopping centre, which unfortunately for the girls had the clothing shops closed. We had arrived on a religious holiday. Shame! Shame! Same!
There was however a very large crowd relaxing with many pavement ...