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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... on the rides. We looked for a tent to visit, but being a Saturday at midday it was looking quite busy. We ended up sitting outside one of the tents, where they would serve us standing up. We didn't end up standing for long, because soon after a nearby table left. The only downside was the smoking. Today we learnt our lesson and ordered food early (all except Shaun). The chickens were delicious. Again the beers hit hard and ...
... There were lots of people smoking and drinking. And then we sat down and ordered a few things. Well, let me tell you. First we ordered our drinks. I had a fizzy orange lemonade in a mini beer mug, and Sadie had one too. Mom, dad grandma and grandpa had one HUUUUUGGGE beer. And then we ordered things to eat. That's a whole other story that should be told. Mom got a cheese plate with grapes. I got bratwurst with potato salad and Sadie got Nuremberg ...
... and walked off. ********. The whole group met up and we got the coach back to the hostel. We played some good old Taylor swift the whole coach ride back and danced down the isle in the coach. It was one of the best unexpected nights we have had! We got back to the hostel, had a beer and talked for a while. I hit the hay hard that night and we had to be up early tomorrow for a hectic day! I wish we were in Munich for longer, it was ...
... in the wrong directions. Chas finally took over and finished the walk to the hotel. It's a nice hotel -- the bumped us up to a suite. We have a sitting room and a small balcony. It comes with free breakfast and Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi was so good we could watch Netflix and Plex. Nice. We decided to take a small walk over to MarienPlatz and that's when disaster struck. I ...
... such as Germany, or who don't seem to take seriously the rise in messages of superiority and discrimination spread by neo-Nazis of today. Such instances seem to demonstrate a dangerous lack of memory of the Holocaust, and a lack of knowledge of the consequences that these actions may bring to today's society.
Mr. Grube's message certainly resonated with me as I thought back on my trip through Germany last year. Several ...