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... it was. We walked through the city center, visiting churches and stores and parks, ending up at the Hofgarten. Before heading back to the hotel, we stopped at the fountain in front of the Fraueskirsch, where families and lovers were relaxing and cooling off on the stones. We had dinner at Augustinier Klosterwirt nearby at an outdoor table with a view of the fountain; I had four kinds of sausage and a sweet kraut with beer to get the full ...
... bush, the lot. After our tour, we had a quick dash to the hostel to check in, change and head out for dinner. Munich beer hall, Hofbeirhousen, was huge! It worked pretty well considering how many people the can fit into it and it was full table service and you just sit where ever there is space, even of the table is occupied. Being a Wednesday night it was pretty quiet, so only 1000-1500 people in ...
... another day to my booking to give me more time to figure out what I was going to do next. I arrived in munich at 10am just in time to join the walking tour at my hostel which was once again guided by you guessed it an aussie. after the walking tour I met up with caroline a friend I met when she did an exchange to our highschool in 7th form we went for coffee, wandered around a park by the river, there river has beaches. the next day I went back to some of the places we had seen on ...
... to see Dachau Concentration Camp. It was a very sad and moving experience. We saw the prisoners living quarters and the infamous gas chambers and it just made you feel sick. We got to explore the entire grounds of the camp and had audio guides that explained the history and gave some survivours accounts etc. We also went through the museum on site and learnt a lot about the camps and what the poor prisoners went through and how they arrived, suffered and, ...
... the monk at the front office and are informed that the monastery is not open to the public, as it is host to about 400 school children. We spin our now well-rehearsed line that "we have come from Australia" and it works like a charm. Before we know it, we have got ourselves an impromptu tour of some of the school's premises, in particular the staff amenities and dining hall. We are encouraged to take a look inside the church adjoining the school. ...