Am Nockherberg Hotel
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... no understanding of how this could actually have happened, it still seems to unbelievable that the human race can be capable of such torture and then go back home to their own families as if nothing was wrong.
I was very quiet for the rest of the bus ride till we hit Munich and it was time to change and get ready for our bike tour.
I heard this tour was awesome and it was!!! The guys leading the tour where in their late 20s and were ...
... an American.. Not exactly the 'European' experience i was seeking but nonetheless because of the spontaneity and the moment, it was tons of fun. The night progressed, the beers continued to come, our sobriety continued to deteriorate and of course, i continued to have a make-out fest with this girl. It was a perfect day in every aspect and an incredible experience all-together. It is a festival that is unparalleled in many ways and despite the fact that i didnt want it to end, at ...
... I was sober. I'm not sure about Nikita, but hey, rides had originally been her suggestion! Our first stop was the dodgem cars. They were so much fun. Particularly the ganging up on this smart **** kid, though I think he got me more than I did him. Wait till you have to deal with intoxication too prick. Next was the first roller-coaster, which didn't go upside down but did throw us around a lot. Then, because I just couldn't resist it, the water log ride again. I think I tried ...
... translation. The music is very familiar but as I was listening to the overture all I could think of was the Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd Barber of Seville cartoon. Yes I am dripping with class. The music overall was beautiful and I wish we had seats because I would have loved to see the action. The first act is about an hour and a half long so when it got half-time we left.
... pretty much be seen from anywhere in the city. Jake and I wandered in one day to find paintings covering the inside of the dome. It was a very beautiful church, with candelabra trees all over the sanctuary. Jake and I lite a candle in memory of our grandfather. I've always thought that was a neat catholic tradition. After a long day in the rain the last thing we wanted to do was venture out into the city in the rain. Instead we stuck close to our hostel where we met up with ...