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... however. I thought I was going to doze off but I read a third of Marx's 1844 manuscripts instead. They were very interesting. Most people on the flight were German. The man on the opposite side of aisle from me clearly noticed that I was reading Marx, and gave me a bit of cold stare (I think). Better keep all that quiet around Bavaria, I doubt they're very taken with it.
It was nice and warm when we reached the airport and we ...
I had the pleasure to travel to Munich, Germany en route to Kitzbuhel, Austria for a meeting and networking event with European Publishers and Agency Partners. It was a quick trip but I had just enough time to see some great sites and learn that I want to go back ...
... arms and "dead" wax bodies and mechanical life-sized clowns that CAME TO LIFE and laughed maniacally as you walked by them and a life-sized decapitated head that, when you tripped a sensor, began screaming at you in German and SPITTING BLOOD.
This is going to haunt my dreams for years.
Now, note that all of this is belied by the cheery puppet entrance, and the lack of warning for children, anyone prone to clown phobias, or FEAR OF SEVERED ...
... side. At the far end, another mountain formed the western barrier of the lake, and as we sat we watched the sun set behind it. The end of the trail lead us through the little town that had sprung up around Konigssee. Much like Niagara Falls, it was gaudy and full of souvenir shops. It had been a long day and we had a long drive back to Munich still to come, so justin stopped to get a coffee at a tiny cafe. When we entered, the proprietor was wearing an apron and vacuuming, ...
... by Allied bombing and some Nazi edifices were blown up after the war. A new museum is under construction which will try to explain the history of the Nazi movement as a permanent reminder of such madness. Hop on U Bahn back to Marienplatz. Bit more of a potter and quick lunch. Back to campsite to see lots of festival rafts coming down the River Isar by our campsite. Covered in hundreds ...