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... dulcimer for us and then we set off for the flohmarkte (fleamarket). There we found a wide selection of foods, drinks, knick-knacks, books, clothing, shoes, you name it! We made small purchases, meandered through a huge crowd, and, unfortunately, lost Christoph! Bob and I searched for an hour or so, decided we’d better head for the ...
... Beer maidens waltzing up and down the isles carrying 6-8 one litre jugs of beer. The beer comes in one litre steins, and that is it, and if you don't have a seat at a table they will not serve you. And do you think that we could find a seat in there? The seats were plentiful, but the people were even more plentiful and there is no way that you can find a seat. But, we were determined to have a beer. We brought one from a beer maiden at a table and then stood next ...
... the campsite to munchen, simple enough, (well on the way, on the way back not so much!) we arrived at the pre party, and continued the 'show us ya card' (note I should probably explain, essentially everyone on the tour had been given a card, from your standard deck of cards, if one member showed you their card and you could not show them yours within 10 seconds, well I assume you get the drift, you skull!) the night got messy quite quickly. From memory we got back at ...
Today we bid our farewell to perfect Munich. I won't be sad to see the back of the rainy days and chilly walks, but I am rightly saddened to say goodbye to the gorgeous buildings, the Augustiners, heartwarming dinners and fresh fruit stands. We arrived in rainy Berlin with 15 minutes to make it to our next gate which was down the hall, outside, inside, outside some more until we were skipping around in the ...
... relates to the common sentiment of we must never let this happen again. Which is absolutely, absolutely true. Yet as modern humanity, for some reason, we let this kind of thing still happen in places like North Korea. Why? Why do world leaders (Western and others) stand complicit in allowing regimes like that to exist, and have for so long? Germany appears to have learnt from this, but I'm not sure the rest of the world truly has. I ...