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... her boobs looked ha ha. She is obviously a fan favourite with phils friends as they all hugged her when she came and she sat at our table and ordered a beer and drank with us. Agi’s friends came along shortly after, they were a bit older and sat at our table, one of them was a bit of a creep but in the funny old man sort of way he got away with it. They would buy fresh beers the three of them and then they would empty some of their fresh beers into Briony Rach and my glasses ...
... we went into a huge room with towering ceilings
and grand stone and marble covering every surface in view, large grand
staircases lead you up to the fourth level of the building which was completely
out in the open looking out into the huge space which was absolutely terrifying
but amazing at the same time, looking down into the vast open space below,
after being into the judgement house, we went on the see the famous clock which
every day at 11am, sets of ...
... the prisoners would have arrived on and walked the same path they would have through the main gate. It has an iron fence and a door that says, "Arbeit Macht Frei," which means work makes you free. As we walked past the gate and to the center, we saw the huge memorial that they have in place to remember all those who were killed. It is quite moving as it shows prisoners trying to escape the barb wired fence, along with the years this camp was open during the war. Dachau ...
... lager beers that are virtually
ubiquitous throughout most of the world (a
global scourge in Dan’s beer snob book).
Lori managed to find a few bottles of wine at our local
convenience store; it is amazing how good even Mondavi wine tastes when one’s
choices are very limited. Just before we left, however, we visited a much
larger grocery store that had a huge assortment of wines from around the world.
Much of it was clearly aimed at a ...
... in Munich. More singing, drinking beer and eating German food.
The next day we woke up to embark on probably the most humbling experience Ive ever done, We went to the Dachau Concentration Camp. It was a really weird feeling walking through it all knowing less than 75 years ago millions of people suffered and died because of the Holocaust. When we decided to go to Oktoberfest, this was one of the main reasons why I wanted to go as well, was to ...