Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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... new people has officially become my favorite thing to do! My friends all tell me that they can’t believe how many people I meet here and that I am so outgoing and they don’t know how I do it. I laugh when they say that because I have never been like that before this hahah. We all said goodbye to our friends at the end of the night and went to bed knowing we had yet another early morning ahead of us. The next morning we got free breakfast at the campsite: ...
... as long as its not Collingwood" I liked him The tour started with a brief history of Munich, some of its highlights and lowlights. Munich was the birthplace of the Nationalist Socialist Party AKA the Nazi party. Our first stop was the Justitzpalast. (Court house) These days it is mainly used for civil matters but they have had some very big trials there, such as the white rose trial, where uni students using their right to freedom of speech, tried to distribute ...
... to Luterbrunnen with next door to our hostel at the wombat hostel. Fabio is taking us for takeaway German sausages before visiting a beer hall & beer garden to watch Germany play in the World Cup final. They call it football but in Australia it's the equivalent of soccer. I try a bratwurst sausage (beef) in a roll with tomato sauce at the train station takeaway. Very yum, I do love sausages. On arriving at the beer hall the garden is busy & until the game starts the food ...
... meats and some fantastic cheeses. There was unlimited free coffee, something I took great advantage of and bacon, sausages and scrambled eggs that were actually delicious. Then on the other side was a bevy of fresh fruit, even with kiwi. And the best part other than the pastries were the pimiento stuffed olives with the vinegar and olive oil close at hand. Yes I just took an entire paragraph to explain my breakfast but it was just that good. After that we decided ...
... around the place. We walked around Munich and enjoyed the sights. It was nice having Carolin with us - not only was it great to see her (I haven't seen her since October of 2005 - although mom and dad visit her almost annually) but she was a great tour guide! For those of you who don't know, Carolin was our exchange student the 1998-1999 school year and she quickly became part of our family. We walked around Munich for hours. An interesting fact we learned was ...