Hotel Gasthof Gross
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... tried to hide them in our dirndls while walking out. I saw the security guy looking at us so I darted out without making eye contact and made it safely out with the mug in my hand. Linh on the other hand was very disappointed when hers was taken away. She got super lucky though because we later found out it is a 100-euro fine if you are caught taking one! I am not sure how I am going to swing getting that home but I will make it happen! We went back to the campsite just ...
... Bavaria) is that they wear dirndls and lederhosen the way we wear jeans and t-shirts (especially in beer halls). Day two, we had pre-booked a bike tour with "Mike's Bike Tours" for the morning and early afternoon. Before going on the trip a bunch of people had told us they really enjoyed their bike tour in Munich, and I am so glad we decided to do it! It was a great way to see the city! Florence, Venice, and Innsbruck are all much smaller than they look on a ...
... Makes me excited about the food we’ll get to indulge in in Greece.
We’re ready for bed now. Tomorrow is our last full day in Germany. We didn’t realise how long we were spending here! It’ll total 5 nights. We would plan it better if we could do it again and probably spend more time in England. So far, it’s still No.1 on my list.
Catch ya’s on the flip side
Ruby & Denice
... Hitler started the 3rd reich movement - Munich is apparently the
city where he started before moving on. Munich is officially the capital
of the Nazi movement. The beer halls (beer hall called Putsch) which
was the site of some of the earliest small gatherings of the Nazi
pioneers. This is something that I want to come back to. Its the same
thing I need to do for the DMZ between North and South Korea, despite 3
trips to Korea - haven't made that trip.
... September 25
Bob and I were determined to share all of the history of this part of the world and, for us, that meant an examination of at least one of the concentration camps. Mauthausen was on the route to Vienna; it began in 1938 and was the last camp liberated by the Allies in May 1945. During that time 200,000 persons ...