Hotel Muenchen Palace
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... games and talking ****. We lost Darryn at about 3pm and never saw him again for the rest of the day. Turns out he walked off to sober up then got lost and couldn't find us. Had various people join our table; Italians then some young Swedish guys. Don't remember the end of the night but we walked off in the wrong direction - I was adamant it was right way of course - then got lost and had to take a taxi. Found Darryn back at the ...
... ticket, it was another wait for guided tours to take you up the mountain and into the castle. But before then you had to wait for the shuttle bus to take you up if you were not keen on walking.
It rained, on average, once every 20 minutes today. I gave up on the ticket queue after the rain fell for the 2nd time as I was still in the outside line, hadn't even made it to the snake lines yet. The thought of being huddled ...
... bit frustrating at first, all the tents were pretty full so it took awhile to get in. Everyone was really drunk and dancing on the tables. We felt a bit out of place because we were sober (initially). We managed to get a table in the Hacker tent. After 3 masses (1 litre beers), we were dancing on the tables with everyone else. The atmosphere was awesome. It's pretty hard to describe unless you're actually there. Time went way too quickly and before we new it, it was 11 ...
... to draw the difference between concentration camps and extermination camps. Concentration camps were predominantly used as prisons initially for rehabilitation and re-education and eventually as slave labour camps. Extermination camps, were as the name suggests. Interestingly, the extermination camps were all outside of Germany, in annexed countries such as Austria and Poland. This was predominantly because the Nazis did not want the domestic population to know what they ...
There was breakfast (not included, but only 5 euros per person) so we went down at around 10 am. We came back up to change, but I hadn't slept very well so I went down for a nap while Mark got ready for the day. We left a bit later than planned, and then we did a self guided walking tour and Mark briefed me on the interesting history of Munich. We had lunch at the hofbräuhaus, a big beer hall with a live band playing oompah music. We had a one liter dark beer, (original Bavarian ...