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Last night in Munich, sad to leave but much more installed. Yesterday did the museum which Dennis enjoyed immensely. Today bus trip to Nuremberg castle and Rothenburg, of course had to go to Kathe Wohlfahrt Christmas Shop, now I am happy. Dinner tonight at Augustine Beer House, beer for Dennis more wine for me. Have really enjoyed Munich still lots more we could see. Fly to Prague tomorrow to starts our 21 day APT trip, Prague to Budapest to Amsterdam and finishing in Paris. D & ...
... English Garden. They're limited in the tricks they can do, and some had difficulty even catching the wave, but there were a couple of kids that were pretty good. We were there a while and there was a steady stream of surfers coming and going.
Last but not least we went to the ice hockey! EHC Munchen played HC Davos at home. The cheer squad was something to behold - they had drummers - and they were unceasing in support ...
... packed! After doing a few laps around the beer hall we finally spotted a couple asking for their bill, so we hovered around the table until they left! The atmosphere was crazy! It reminds me of a toned down Concordia during Oktoberfest. There is a live German band, people chanting and banging tables, big long tables with people crammed together. It was a lot of fun and definitely worth the wait. One thing i have noticed about people in Munich (although probably people ...
... pedestrian zone we stopped at the next suggested beer garden--Augustiner. It is said to have the best beer in Munich and Steve tried the recommended white sausages with sweet honey (recommended by Monica). He said it were very good. From there it was on to more walking and looking, ending up on the Marienplatz to watch the 5:00 PM show of the glockenspiel. It is hard to explain what this is but it is sort of an animatronic play carried out inside ...
... unimpressed she was becoming a queen so she agreed. The following year the towns folk begged the king to throw another party minus the wedding and from then on it became Oktoberfest! Monday 28th - today we went on a tour of Dachau, one of Germany's first concentration camps. It was the only concentration camp to remain active during the entire third reich period (1933-45), at the time of liberation over 200,000 prisoners from more than 30 nations had been imprisoned there. ...