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Day 33 (Monday 14 Sept) Berlin to Munich Our navigation of the European transportation systems is almost legendary now, so once again we are on the train and bound for Munich as if we did it 8 days a week. The only problem this morning was squeezing my now swollen, pus oozing feet into my shoes. I had left the Sketchers behind, convinced the gel has poisoned my system and have loaded up with sprays and bandages from the Apotheke (Pharmacy) in an effort to minimise the discomfort. I ...
... in the traditional German restaurant reminded me of the smell of my Nana's house after she'd boiled the bejesus out of the cabbage for Sunday lunch.
Caleb had the best meal, half a chicken and salad. Emma and I had nice roast pork but it was served with strange textured dumplings and more of the Krautsalat that we'd had earlier in the day. Shelton and Finn had big strings of sausages with sauerkraut and potato salad.
Day 2 in Munich: ...
... in the air, wrapping your arms around randoms, standing on tables and yelling the words to the most classic tunes 'We Are the Champions” and Michael Jackson’s “Heal the World” becomes the norm.
Ein Prosit was undoubtedly my favourite though. A song played every twenty minutes that translates to “A toast, one, two, three, drink, cheers' and a bunch of ...
... is crazy busy. Twas a little chilly while we were there.
Oktoberfest was definately something. Kind of like a huge carnival but with massive beer tents that fill up with thousands of people drinking 1 litre glasses of beer, and yes, German music, people singing, cheersing and dancing on tables. The majority of people dress up in their Lederhosen or the women in Dirndl (traditional dresses). It was ...
... through Munich. Anyone who did not give the Nazi salute as they passed was immediately arrested and sent to the Concentration Camp. Now, there was an alley that bypassed this plaque. People started using it. If you could not give a good reason for using the alley, you were arrested. There is a golden path embedded in the cobblestones of this alley as a tribute to the people's protest. The alley is called ' Dodgers Alley.' We saw the beer hall where Hitler gave his ...