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... where we met one of Rachs friends along the way. In the subway station we saw a guy fall over his own feet and was completely unable to stand back up and being the model citizens we are we just sat back and watched him keep trying laughing at him. On the train Phil sat down and even though we only had one stop hesat and looked at us then lifted both his arms in the air then brought them down and ****** at the same time. It was loud and stunk like Brussel sprouts. The entire carriage ...
... who took down the camps, the
prisoners who lived through such a traumatic experience and the Germans living in
the time of it going on. It was a significant part of my experience in
Munich and I believe to be the whole trip.
It was my first day in Munich and has already experienced many unforgettable things,
for tomorrow we go to Lego Land then onto our family friends home were we will
stay for about five days.
... were going. We walked into a room where the cremation happened in the large "ovens" and then we walk through a shower that was built to be used to gas prisoners, however, Dachau never used these showers to kill their prisoners. Then we left and walked quietly by a memorial statue of a Jewish Prisoner. Our walk continued to three of the places of worship on the grounds and then the long walk down the road where 34 barracks, 17 on each side, lined the path all the way down. ...
... places to drink in Cambodia are the inexpensive but
really nice tourist hotels. Our first hotel in Phnom Penh had a happy hour in
the late afternoon with $2 cocktails that were quite good (who can turn down a
fresh mango margarita or two by the pool?). Actually, however, the really serious
drinking gets done on the aptly-named Pub Street in Siem Reap near Angkor Wat.
It is packed with bars catering to western tourists, and lots of young people are
there putting ...
... march where hundreds of people march through the festival in traditional dress and there are brass bands too. It was awesome.
We watched the parade and then went to visit some of the renowned tents.
Contrary to what Paul and I initially thought, the tents that everyone talks about when describing Oktoberfest and not actually great big circus tents. They are actually huge beer halls which look completely permanent - like pubs that ...