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... loops and laughed our asses off at them when they got off. They went on the Rotor next and I couldn’t pass it up. Max pretty much dragged me and Phil onto the ride and you get to watch the people before you from above do the ride and it was hilarious. When it was our turn Phil didn’t look too good so I told him to keep his head down and close his eyes. He made it through but only just and we wobbled off the ride.
He said his goodbyes and we headed home back to ...
... of the area I chose not to go the part of the camp where the mass
killings were held, deciding that it would bring up to many emotions and un
wanted distress. The barracks were torn down only the stone foundations
standing, marking the 35 of them which were force built by the prisoners. It
was an emotional experience that will never leave me and I'm grateful
that I got too see it and how it evolved. You got to experience some of
the stories from the American ...
... barbed wire fences that would prevent people from escaping. We continued on to notice the were cement ditches that were built to slow down the escape of prisoners before they even got to the barbed wire fences and it was right in the sight lines of huge guards tower. Ez spent some time examining all of the barbed wire along the fence and gates, trying to determine if you could escape without injury. We quietly walked to the crematorium at Dachau. I explained to the kids ...
... wines, and will
extoll their virtues at length. The prices, unfortunately, reflect this
assessment of the wines’ worth. We found them generally good, though maybe not
quite up there with the best Oregon wines (ahem…).
The Kiwi beer scene is really picking up, particularly in
Wellington and Auckland. Both towns have burgeoning scenes, and though the beer
may not be quite up to Portland standards (no bias here!), some is really good.
Today Paul, Charly and I went to the one and only ... Oktoberfest!!!
Hubert was feeling a little under the weather after his week away and he had a big week at work coming up so he decided to give the festival a miss.
Charly, Paul and I got dressed ( yes charly and Hubert had traditional dress for us!) and we met up with Charlys awesome friends and caught the train into Munich to spend the day at the crazy festival.
Today was the day of ...