Am Nockherberg Hotel
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... the national socialists and at one point you were not allowed to walk down the street without giving the Hitler salute. Hitler only received 37% of the vote in Germany to become chancellor which is not a majority in Germany. (Most people do not realize that he was not very popular with the Germans either). People that did not believe in his ideals instead of giving the salute may walk down the side street, where the golden path now is. If they made it ...
... We finished our visit to dachau in an hour and a half and headed back to the hotel. We dropped off our car and walked all over marienplatz again. We stopped off at Augustiner beer hall for lunch. Although it wasn't as impressive as the Hofbrauhaus, it was nonetheless still cool inside. After we ate we carried on to St. Peter's. Where we climber @ 322 stairs up to the top to look out across Munich. Next stop was ...
... Marineplatz to watch
the Glockenspiel (carillon) at 5pm.
Its a 2 layer carillon on the central tower of the Neues Rathaus. Its
28ft high from ground and there were many people waiting to watch it. It
was a nice show. Apparently this is one of the 4 in Europe. the show
last for 10mins and it's at 11am and 5pm.
We have a video of it. Then we walked to Church of the holy ghost. Its
another iconic building with double onion shaped green domes. After a ...
... there was some small waves, just a reminder it is less than 5 degrees here. When the walking tour concluded we had some free time before our included dinner so we searched for a hot chocolate and quiet place to sit. Our included dinner followed and we all enjoyed a German favourite 1/2 a chicken each, they really know how to feed you in this country. We ended with an earlier night back to the hotel to rest up for tomorrow, were off to Venice woot ...
A month ago, I wrote my first blog post that detailed my looming trip to Germany, which would act as the culmination of my student teaching semester and my university experience itself. I talked about my fears of leaving my family for such a long time, and then ended with a measure of confidence about my trip. To be honest, that was probably more bluster than truth, but I needed a little bluster around that time. ...