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... abroad program so it really is a small world! I also hungout with a cool New Zealander, Chrid. We started out at the famous St Peters church and learned a funny story about the monks and beer. Apparently when they were fixing the steeple, they brought up some beer but the stein fell to the bottom! However, thanks to God, the stein didn't fall despite the 30 foot drop! Therefore, it is a miracle and it is a holy stein. Much of the city was destroyed during ...
... but might be driving, or just don’t want to drink alcohol for whatever reason) Of course there were the guys who managed to drink a mass in 6 seconds (I timed it), but everybody I met was totally ok with everyone doing what they felt comfortable doing. I didn’t stay late, not only out of reasonable safety concerns (hordes of drunk 20-somethings aren’t my thing), but also because people can be pretty gross when they’ve ...
... bus back to Paris.
The next morning I was shifting to another friend's house, so it was farewell to Fürstenfeldbruck and the Eser family. It had been great to hang out with Luisa for the past few days, and her family made me feel very welcome in their lovely home. Luisa dropped me off at Anna's house in Lochhausen, and I was greeted at the door by... Julie!? Yes, it seemed that Annie and Julie had decided to play a prank on me, by keeping a secret that Julie was ...
... the guy I met in Melbourne!
I knew it before that, but this confirmed it.
As soon as he said that, I just said "Melbourne".
And this is the reaction I got to that comment:
"Oh no way...Lisa!" (Also, very chuffed that even remembered my name. On the spot too!)
And here began THE most random and one of the most treasured catchups of my trip so far.
It wasn't long, but it was there. I actually pinched ...
... It is a vast camp turned into a memorial. It is sad as it imposing and again pictures will tell the story better than words. Vivid descriptive displays in exact area where events took place are forceful messages and we got it. Never again, is the message clearly communicated by all exhibits. The remarkable fact about this camp within the perimeter of Dachau, the town, would receive its prisoners at the same train station used by regular German ...