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... half hour of sleep. I, however, couldn't. So our cabin mate (a bloke from Brazil studying architecture in Frankfurt) and I set out for a few drinks to hopefully make the seats a little more bearable and the transition to slumber smoother.
We ended up arriving a 6:10 am local time, and headed to the hostel about 500 m away from the station.
I hate to rush to post, but we are headed to Austria momentarily. However, I I have posted lots of new pictures!
... and site of the former royal residence. It was bombed by the British mistaking it for Hitlers offices, and therefore today is a reconstruction, while Hitlers purpose built offices still stand.
There is also to a memorial to the King Maximilian, not to be confused with Maximilian I who was the duke during the war! The memorial shows two lions, one with a mouth open, and the other closed. This represents the decision he made to give the people freedom of speech. ...
... many spots. We of course started with Marienplatz, the primary town square with its Glockenspiel (a fancy work for clock with animated figurines) and Rathaus, which basically means city hall. I find it amusing that city hall it basically called the rat-house…I’m thinking they were on to something there! From there we stepped into St. Peter’s Church, walked over to the Frauenkirche, ...
... rain was pelting down so hard, we haven't seen weather like this since the storms in Pag Island!! We hope it clears up for tomorrow.we manage to sprint for our lives to the nearest restaurant to our tram stop...and find it's packed out, but thankfully can squeeze us in. We had a nice quick dinner and we were soon off to bed to have an early one. Tomorrow is the day! Oktoberfest!!! The parade starts at 11am, so we'll head down early to get a spot and check it all out!
NightAndrea and ...
... brain debated knocking on someone's door and inviting ourselves in for a "Welcome to Germany" meal, but opted for the supermarket route creating a basic, yet satisfying meal from bread, a garlic spread, salmon locs, creamy cheese, strange smelling raspberries and a bottle of 2 Euro champagne to celebrate. We spent the night adjusting our nervous brains to the thoughts of adventure and watching German television including South Park and Dharma and Greg. We attempted to get a ...