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Small basic rooms. Clean. Effective receptionist. Good location.
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... in. A few hours later the girls headed out to get dinner and investigate more. I want feeling right, so rested. We had Indian...yup should have stuck with German food.... An early night enjoying the Christmassy updates on FB and watching the news and then movies in German. An earlyish night as we were up to head to Dachau in Boxing Day. Note to self...mock Christmas coming up on our return ...
An entire day was spent in the Deutsches Museum, one of the worlds oldest museums of science and technology.
Ron and I then parted company on Friday, as he spent the day on a BMW factory tour while I visisted the Munich Royal Residenz (largest residential palace in Germany and seat of Bavarian rulers for 400 years) and Lenbachhaus State gallery ...
... that we needed, and told us everything that we needed to know. We quickly got ready and walked about 45 minutes to where the festival was being held. On the way, I asked a man if we were allowed to drink in the streets, as that's something we aren't allowed to do back home in America. He rudely answered that he didn't speak English. So I asked the next woman I saw the same question, and she looked at me moronically, to say "yes" in a ...
... wanted to go into an actual beer tent. After an hour of pushing, shoving, and convincing, we did it! Inside was wild! There were tables lined up one after the other filled with people dancing on the tables and chairs. Everyone was eating big meals, dancing and signing German chants. The atmosphere is there was nothing like I had ever seen before. A couple fights broke out inside the tent which was very scary ...
... as fast as he could, but thankfully Caleb and Aiden were a little more sensible!
Our guide showed us a few magic card tricks before our hike to the castle. Apparently he is a master close up magician and has won second place at European competitions. He attended a prestigious magic school in Germany. Who knew such a thing existed? He did some pretty amazing tricks to be sure - nothing we could figure ...