Hotel Muenchen Palace
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Yesterday, we visited the two famous castles- you know the ones. Surprisingly, the tour of the the less famous castle was the more interesting but the setting makes them both worthwhile. Sam wanted to visit Austria so we made a quick detour over the border to eat at McDonalds. Really. We stopped for free wifi (not a Euro concept) and ended ...
... everything. When we got up to the top, we looked over to the right where we saw hundreds of tents and thousands of people that literally looked like ants which made up the flea market. After we got off the Ferris wheel we knew right where we were going haha. So we ventured into the flea market, dodging people here and there and beginning to sweat as the sun came out. Mom and I got rings at one of the first few tables we saw. I have never been to a typical flea market so ...
... clothes! They looked weird but awesome and so funny! We continued down the street bought a chocolate covered banana then found a shopping mall! That's right a shopping mall! And thankfully In Germany everything was sold at a great price! We bought huge Christmas decorations! A nut cracker and a large Santa! and now were ready to do some supermarket shopping! I had so much chocolate in our shopping basket ...
... with tomatoes and herbs growing. A toilet is perched outside above the water and is made of corrugated perspex and you could see through it as you had your drink. I decided I didn't want to go to the loo after all. The actual bar looked crooked, and all the windows looked like they were about to fall off. As we walked back through town towards the tunnel to home we noticed the place had woken up while we were on the other side of town. There were ...
... elaborate. Marilyn actually swallowed her gum looking up- no Heimlich needed though! We saw 6 people strapped to a glider hung from a crane. Lunch with Pascale from McCloskeys was Austrian food that melted in your mouth.Julie remembered Rebecca from dealing with her from the golf tournament- a sign of a respectful, personal business. We stopped at the Liebherr booth on the ...
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