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... in Munich or Munchen if you prefer. The previous evening we reconnoitered the area. Of all things, we identified a Mcdonalds.
When I wiped the sleep out of my eyes, I went for a stroll to Mcdonalds for a coffee after looking at Google for hours of operation. I read it wrong. I arrived at 6:30 and it opened at 8:00. But the girl waiting to begin her shift sold me a kaffee anyway. €1.00 - it tasted like a typical North American coffee.
From there ...
... as possible to give you the best and most realistic impression of my of my daily life in and around New Zealand. (I'm planning to visit both isles.) My trip starts in Auckland on the North Isle. I'll post pictures and videos as well as short messages to let you know where I`m at and what I`m doing.
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... bin. Unsere Reiseführer hat sehr entspannt ausgesehen. Aber wir waren sehr müde, als wir die Brücke angekommen sind. Whilst some of our group went inside the castle our guide took us to a place which I hadn't visited last time, the love bench! From the bench you can see a view of the castle and the bridge. He told us about "crazy King Ludwig" and the mystery surrounding his death. For those of you who don't know much about Ludwig, i'll give you ...
... interesting for me although extremely crowded. We walked up and down probably the first 3 or 4 rows (keep in mind there was probably like 100 rows) and then decided we needed to go back and get a drink and maybe something to eat for lunch. So we went back towards where the food vendors were and got some water and some type of German hot dog that was basically a foot long, or more. On our way to get food, we decided to walk through the beer tent that was filled ...
... an Empire! An oversimplified explanation yields a dim image of a wistful attempt by the church and secular rulers of central Europe to regain the glory that was Rome. Strong, unified nations took some time to emerge from the chaos of the Dark Ages, but a leader of sorts was “elected” by a group of church and secular leaders to be the “emperor” of a confederation of widely flung principalities, dukedoms, kingdoms, and other ...