Ibis Muenchen Schwabing
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... playing on the loudspeakers. We wonder how long it will take for us to be sick of hearing that song! We get inside and decide to head straight for some rides before the rest of the crowds arrive. There is no waiting and we get off a ride to race back to the front and get back on again. The boys go on everything they can as many times as they can. There's the Project X ...
... weren't even driving compared to these cars! But it was lots of fun and we probably seen about 5 accidents on the side of the road too. Crazy Germans. We got to Frankfürt at about 5 in the afternoon.
On the way to Frankfürt we also stopped at Dachau Nazi Concentration Camp Memorial site. This was one of the main ...
... I got my bearings, along with an odd craving for Turkish meatballs.
The Turkish influence seems to be strong throughout Germany. From what I hear, Turkish workers were a source of cheap labour brought in to rebuild the country after World War II. Despite the lack of benefits they get here, many have settled in what are now largely Turkish neighbourhoods. The Airbnb I stayed at in Leipzig was one of these.
The best thing about having the Turkish population ...
... went ahead and got on the train, praying that they were going to show up on time. We got on the last train car closest to the steps to the platform so that they would see us if they made it. Bram decided he would wait at the door. At 5:14, when the train was supposed to leave, I see Bram jump forward to stop the door and Jacy jumps on. Then, they stopped the door again for Grace. I could not believe they made it. They had ran from the metro all the way to the train and made it ...
As we got to Munich it rained off and on. We found a place to park, put on our rain jackets and went on our way. We walked to the Englisher Gardens to eat lunch in the beer garden with the Chinese Pagoda, but alas, there was only one stand open for food. They had only 3 wieners warmed and no bread. We bought 2 and walked back to the square.
At the square we sat down at an outdoor restaurant with a view of the square. The rain started ...