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We work and saw with delight that a little snow had fallen, just a dusting (spot the Aucklanders) :) We had hoped to provide Brooke with her first snow experience. Looked like it might happen. Knowing we had a big day lined up with a walking tour of Dachau Concentration Camp, we filled up at the breakfast and took on plenty of fluids. Heading out we could see cars with light snow and trees now white. Amazing how a little snow can change the character of a place. Rushing to get ...
An entire day was spent in the Deutsches Museum, one of the worlds oldest museums of science and technology.
Ron and I then parted company on Friday, as he spent the day on a BMW factory tour while I visisted the Munich Royal Residenz (largest residential palace in Germany and seat of Bavarian rulers for 400 years) and Lenbachhaus State gallery ...
... the line, which was more of a mob of people, pushed forward, and everyone was squished. When they opened the door, the guards were shouting not to shove, but obviously, no one listened. We ran into the huge open tent where there were wooden tables everywhere. People were sprinting around the tent, trying to find unreserved tables. Everyone was shouting and running and waving their hands all trying to do the same thing. Our group stuck together ...
... when Ryan realized he left his iPad on the counter in customs. Yes, the iPad that almost made us miss our flight was left sitting on the counter in a German airport. Ryan went back in search for it while I set off to find Mia. Mia had been looking for us for hours and needless to say was ready to find us. I finally found her, Ryan found his iPad, and we were off to see Munich.
We took the train into the city and ...
... to bid Leisel goodbye and attempted to squeeze in another stein at one of the other famous halls, but it turns out we should have kept our booties planted right at that table. The Oktoberfest was crawling with people and all of the other halls were not seating anyone else. The place was jam packed with people, but was orderly as typical of Germans around the world. The intense drunken nightmare was sure to come later on, but we were glad to be safe in our hotel beds by ...