Hotel Muenchen Palace
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... was pasteurized and sold in cartons that did not need refrigeration. I don't know where the milk came from; however, we had plenty.
From the discussions of my classmates, the best job to get was as a bagger working for tips. On payday weekends, they could really earn a good wage!
To get into the University of Maryland, we went through the loading entrance of the commissary and we were able to tour it. Brought back so many memories ...
... surf break in many ways, the key difference being the water gushes forward toward the surfer.
Lunch is at the Hirschau beer garden located within the Englischer garden. You grab your selection of sausages, ribs, chicken, meatballs and different variations of potato plus your beer and enjoy in the sunshine. I select a radler (aka shandy - yes I know but I am getting a little sick of ...
... the children. Let's just say it was definitely one of the best "Sunday Fundays" I have ever had.
After the circus came to an end, we reluctantly headed back to our hotel to grab our bags. Of course our time in Munich couldn't have ended any better way than one more Bavarian dinner at the Augustiner-Keller Beer Hall before heading on our 5 hour bus ride back to Freiburg. We boarded the bus with a stomach full of delicious Schnitzel, beer, and pretzels.
... tolerance and understanding of each other, per the request of the camp prisoners at the time of their liberation decades ago.
Perhaps it's a stretch, but I couldn't help but find a parallel between the memorial and Oktoberfest. The emotions evoked by these two "attractions" could not be further apart on the spectrum of sentiment, but strangely, they both serve their purpose in bringing the international community together.
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... the King basically went into a dream world- a world of fairy tales of the middle ages. The pictures in the castle are inspired by Richard Wagners operas but not directly modelled on them- the castle was also dedicated to Wagner. Inside the castle is just crazy, the artwork is amazing, everything is perfect. Literally the castle of dreams. There are so many items made of porcelain. Taking photos in both castles is band which is lame but understandable.