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... loops and laughed our asses off at them when they got off. They went on the Rotor next and I couldn’t pass it up. Max pretty much dragged me and Phil onto the ride and you get to watch the people before you from above do the ride and it was hilarious. When it was our turn Phil didn’t look too good so I told him to keep his head down and close his eyes. He made it through but only just and we wobbled off the ride.
He said his goodbyes and we headed home back to ...
... who took down the camps, the
prisoners who lived through such a traumatic experience and the Germans living in
the time of it going on. It was a significant part of my experience in
Munich and I believe to be the whole trip.
It was my first day in Munich and has already experienced many unforgettable things,
for tomorrow we go to Lego Land then onto our family friends home were we will
stay for about five days.
... around admiring the views of the city. The fortress was never used to defend the city. Walked through an old cemetery then visited the musical theater complex that seats over 5000 people. Walked back through town and caught the bus to the station. Bought a cheese sandwich to tide us over on the 2 hour train ride back to Munich. We left at 5:12 PM and arrived at 7:10. The train was packed because there is a festival in ...
... Flinders University, during this time she was joined by Monica as well. Upon my arrival into Frankfurt I could see Christina waiting for me. It was great to see her once again after 2 years. She had the entire day planned out on activities to do throughout the city.
We started with lunch at an Italian restaurant, where I ordered a Pizza. Unbeknownst to me was that the pizza was freaking enormous, Christina sure had a ...
... information desk, which by now was packed. We were told that there were strikes so she would need to take the late train to Frankfurt, transfer to Koln then take a bus to Brussels. They could not give us an ETA. Turns out the strikes were in Belgium.
I was beside myself. Sunny would need to get around in her wheelchair, alone, without her grandma! But she assured me that she would be fine and besides we had already paid for the ticket. She started trying to ...