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Today is the big Oktoberfest day! Everyone is excited to join the beer festival and Carlos will wear the Lederhosen he bought in Bad Kotzting. We take a funny group picture before going to the subway. After we arrive at the Oktoberfest, we slowly make our way to the Schottenhamel Tent. Here Ade, Gitti and Karsten meet us. We look for the section Munchner Kindle Boxe where our reservation is and have a seat. We ...
... liberation. The first room I walked into had a picture and paragraph on the wall describing what it was used for. As I was reading, I realized the picture was taken exactly where I was standing. However, instead of a wooden floor, there were countless corpses piled on top of each other waiting to be cremated. As we continued through the crematorium we reached the gas chamber. I can’t even being to describe the heavy and claustrophobic energy I felt when ...
... the bombings. It was very majestic; gold everywhere. After that and lunch it was time for the 2 pm walking tour. We visited the Glockenspiel, the Hofbräuhaus (world's most famous beer hall), the frauenkirche, and lots more. During the tour I met two fellow Bostonians! The girl, Lena, even happened to be Greek. What're the odds of that?! We decided to grab dinner and a beer along with a sweet girl from New Zealand that we met as well. It was definitely a nice change from ...
... boathouse with the alps in the background. Ahhhh ... do we have to leave?
Back in the car park, there were a group of divers (yes, you read that correctly), preparing for a dry-suit dive into the freezing but extremely clear waters of the lake. I'd read about this as an activity you can do before we got over here ... so wish I could try this out as I've only ever been diving in the ocean! Anyhow ... maybe another time as today as I have to be responsible ...
... the cog wheel train up to the zugspites summit. You have choices of descending by cable car into Austria, switzerland, or germany. Shirley and Michael from London, who were here t for the Ring Cycle Wagnerian opera fest, shared a cable car down and a short visit around garmish before taking the train back to Munich. I did not get into Murnau for the Paul Klee and Franz Marc exhibits....maybe another time!
So back ...