Ibis Muenchen City
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Typical Ibis. No surprises here. Great location near Bahnhof. Walk to everything. Parking €17
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... at the bar. Stories were swapped and **** was consumed by the bucketload. The stoke bar did have a great atmosphere with a live band playing and nestled in amongst the forest and lights even if it was a little drizzly, adrenaline was high as we enjoyed the eve of the beer ...
... oldest and most famous beer house in the world.
We headed off to the Oktoberfest grounds by metro...check out the picks...people for as far as one could see filing into and then out of the metros toward the "meadow".
Kathleen herded us toward the tent, she had us take a detour and then pretty soon we were headed right down the main street that was roped off for the soon to be parade...she even had the police holding the rope for ...
... there is a standing wave in the river and there are queues of surfers lined up waiting for their turn to jump in. I then walked through the gardens, there were people everywhere, soaking up the sun, playings games, swimming in the river, having a few beers. It was fantastic. In the middle of the gardens is the Chinese Tower where there is a huge beer garden. I decided to have an early dinner and bought ...
... old camp. The prison camp opened in 1933 just after nazis came to power, and was used for what they termed 'protective custody' which was a complete misnomer and abuse of power, as it only required an arrest warrant from the Gestapo to be sent there, no trial or any of those protections we take for granted. It was not officially an 'extermination camp' like Auschwitz, although 40,000 still died there through murder, mistreatment ...
... couldn't really decide. Someone had the idea to write this stranger's name on a little scrap of paper, but still no sign of this girl. We stood in the spot that we thought was the most populated, holding the sign and scanning the crowd, but no one seemed to even notice. I'm not sure who started it, but then we were bellowing this girl's name, over and over, at the top of our lungs. And then we were spreading out, and still, no girl was coming forward, although ...