Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing
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... minutes till the next train!
Steak and chips lined the stomach for most of us before we chilled at the park. Me and Sean needed more drinks. Eight berry Strongbow at the price of £12 a touch expensive but what do you expect being right up close to a tourist attraction in London? We then went for a cheeky pint at the Slug and Lettuce! Can't beat a spontaneous drink!
We were all good to board the bus, where Erik came and joined us. The craziest Dutchman ...
... occupying force. Notable as this is also the day that Hitler married his long time sweetheart Eva Braun and committed suicide.
So originally born in Austria Hitler fled the draft there during WWI and came to Munich. He was eventually returned to Austria as a draft dodger but was found to be unsuitable for military service. Insulted by this Hitler came back to Munich and joined the military here only to be sent to work in a kitchen. He eventually saw action but was soon ...
... to the river nearby & went on two cruises, of about 50 minutes duration each, in both directions. It was a nice day, quite hot & a very pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. I had lunch on the deck of the boat. I did a walking tour after that, which was mainly around the old part of the city, but we did go to a former church, which is used these days for award presentations. President Kennedy gave a speech there just a few months before he was assassinated. ...
... accommodation. We decide to press on and hit one more spot before we crash, the Augustinian beer garden. Hoeing into a large pork knuckle some potatoes sauerkraut, salad and a stein of Augustinian wheat beer (old school monks brew) we drearily walk back to our room, blackout! Joe We made it!! It is the first day of summer here in Europe!! After a long exhausting transit of 40+ hours we made our way out of the Munich airport to find the ...
... and melt together al of the metal and make so that the workers can put in the engines, car seats, windows etc. In BMW tour, I got to see the secrets of making the cars, painting them, and adding the finishing touches like the windows, quick paint repairs, and the recliners to the seats. All of this has to happen in about 40 hours. Pretty quick, huh!] once the cars were finished, it was time to make some green! But that wasn’t all that ...