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... The band that was playing was Michael Rosenberg (the Passenger they call him here). He sings "Let her go" but I am sure you all know that.
By 10 o'clock it was getting dark so we headed back to our room and I am pretty sure Tadd was asleep before his head hit the pillow, but since I am dedicated to writing this blog, I am still awake and journalling about my day.
... foundations ... often with deadly consequences.</li><li>After World War I, Germany was forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles, which basically totally screwed up Germany & led to massive debt (approx $700b in today's terms), hyper-inflation (worse than Zimbabwe), high unemployment, and a whole nation of really ******-off people, who were therefore willing to consider all kinds of radical alternatives ... like Nazis.</li><li>Hitler came to power in 1933 ...
... rigorous itinerary, moving from one city to the next every single day.
This blog is meant to serve as a quick and dirty rundown of how we spent our holiday. Someday, when I gain the ability to freeze time like Evie from Out of This World, I’ll get around to posting the other pictures and writing up the details for each day. In the meantime, here’s how we spent our time:
Wednesday, December 24th - ...
... br> inside burger - some local delicacy. I rather stay away. But very lively
market. We then crossed back to the area to St.Peter's Church
(Peterskirche). Its located in this place called Rindermarkt. Just next
to Marineplatz. Peterskirche is the oldest church in Munich (13th
century Gothic church). Its knows as "Old peter" for its distinct bell
tower. It has a 306 step tower that you can ascend to have a panoramic
view of the city. We skipped it. We came ...
... It was dead.
Sunday 6 October began with me and red bull finding my old Nokia N95 phone and re-connecting with life. People laughed throughout the day at my old phone. But I defended it...even if u have to put the camera on timer and press ‘Activate’ to take a photo following that disastrous Bodd rodeo when it fell in a trench. It was a later start, but getting out of the hostel to make our 11am table reservation at the oldest beer hall of the fest where ...