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... with a lot of gothic architecture which you will see in my photos. For dinner we went to a beer hall called Lowenbrau, and there we each got a stein of beer (a full liter!) and I got the sausage and sauerkraut. I hate sauerkraut at home, but this sauerkraut was really good. It tasted really sweet. Amy had coleslaw and that was out of this world. Even the beer was amazing. We got a dark brew, so it was nice and rich. This really is the greatest beer in the world. The ...
What. A. Day. It went something like this... We woke up at our usual time just before the sunrise at about 8 AM. That's right, it's still dark at 8 AM. We had a light breakfast and coffee at the hotel and then asked the concierge for help finding the closest laundromat. Score! There was one just around the corner. We decided to swing by and check their hours on the way to the train station for our little day trip to Munich. When we got to the laundromat... UN-score. It ...
... 6Th of October. We get to meet our buddies that are assigned for each exchange student and sort out paper selections, tour of the campus, visas, student cards, travel cards etc so will be a busy couple days but cant wait to finally settle in and get uni started. Its been an awesome 4-5 weeks of softball and a bit of travel here and there and wouldn't have been able to do it without my coach Norman Ames, Anthony Beaumont and his wife for allowing me ...
... was best. The other guys wanted to stay up and hang out and drink at the site but Dan announced we were going to sleep. HALLELUJAH!!! And literally we climbed into the tent and were out in seconds. One thing that shocked us what the other guys said it had been one of their cheapest days yet. But to Dan and I it had been one of our more expensive days. People really don't budget themselves like we do. But they also don't go as long as we are. Just something to note..... The ...
... towns left in Germany and it is like going to fairyland. Further inquiries advise that "The Romantic Road" is a "theme route" devised by promotion-minded travel agents in the 1950s. It describes the 350 kilometers of highway between Würzburg and Füssen in southern Germany, which includes the locations we are going to today.
We had a nice looking Coach and 56 persons on it of all nationalities. Having got to the meeting place about 10 minutes before time we ...