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Travel Blogs from Garching bei Munchen
... 2 so most of the buildings are replicates. The one good thing Hitler did was take pre-war pictures of EVERYTHING in Munich so the city had a good start. We visited the market, many churches, Hobrauhaus (famous beer hall), and I finally saw the city. After the tour ended, my group and I went to the Milka store. Milka is supposedly the best chocolate in Germany and the world. Chris and I each got 10 bars of chocolate and we still didn't spend 5€. I walked ...
... liters of beer. I think one of the things that impressed me most was that so many Germans so proudly wore their lederhosen and dirndls. I saw entire families outfitted in what must have been several hundreds of euros worth of traditional clothing, and it was really cool, to be honest. It’s nice to see that despite the reputation that Oktoberfest might have as a just a big booze-up, there are still lots of people who booze up while ...
... for Oktoberfest. But I was delighted to see her (and Anna as well of course). Before you could say “blitzkreig” we were tucking into a hearty Bavarian breakfast – wei▀wurst, brezen & beer. We then made our way to Oktoberfest, taking some running selfies as we went. We ended up in the Schottenhamel tent, and the atmosphere was just as rambunctious as the other day when I was there. We sang 'Ein Prosit' about a million times, clinked glasses about a million ...
... br> Sometimes, being late can have the best outcome. If my brother wasn't late...I would have completely missed Toby.
I know life is full of suprises.
Got that loud and clear!
I also know to cherish moments because you don't know what tomorrow will bring. I will cherish this moment.
The moment when I ran into a friend in McDonalds.
Because as a German friend once told me "McDonalds in the place to meet up"
... had to march from the station, through the streets of Dachau to reach the
concentration camp. After the camp was liberated by the Allies, these same townsfolk were made to walk through the vast installations e see for themselves bodies strewn all over the place in a macabre puzzle. Many of them insisted "we never knew this was happening so close to our town".