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... hostel called The Tent, which was exactly what it sounds like: a giant tent with 100 bunk beds! It felt like being at summer camp or on a hippie commune. We ate lots of pasta, made friends, and learned some new card games. We really enjoyed checking out the city of Munich, which was very clean and had the nicest metros we have ever seen! We explored beautiful botanical gardens and the ...
... There is a tiny angry woman running around cleaning everything, even at 10pm! The bar is full of locals drinking a potent brew, including the local policeman in uniform. He looks like he is testing how high he can make the breathaliser blow. We fit right in.
Tom Tom is a big help and the next day takes us to Italy and the beautiful city of Bolzano. This stunning drive is on the back roads, running along side a ...
... dancing around it at 11 and 12 o'clock. Then we went to a few churches. Asamkirche is by far the most beautiful church I have ever seen! We also visited Frauenkirche. That was very uneventful after we visited Asamkirche first. We also went to the Resident Palace which was very beautiful. The inside was Renaissance decore and very well preserved. Gold trim everywhere and I loved that we were allowed to take pictures!
I left Munich on Thursday morning.
... his last wishes was that it wasn't put up. He didn't like it as it showed him above the people, whereas he saw himself level with the people. He was a very popular king, party because of the freedom of speech he gave people but also he gave free beer to the homeless! His son ,Ludwig, who took over the throne, was not so popular. He put up the statue of his father againast his wishes, not wanting to waste money on a new one. He also put taxes up on beer. He eventually backed down ...
... bored straight down through the mountain and linked via a tunnel through the granite below that is 124 meters long reaches the last 124 meters up to the Eagles Nest. The inside of the large elevator car is surfaced with polished brass, Venetian mirrors and green leather and the elevator is still used daily.
Construction of the mountain elevator system cost the lives of 12 construction workers. The main reception room is dominated by a fireplace of ...