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- Smoking rooms available
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... The bad news was the table football was free which meant more humiliation! One table was on a slope, so at least I had an excuse when I played on there!
The bar was great, I was the only non uni student there and as far as I know the only non German! It gave me the chance to chat to loads of locals, and also to have pfeffi again, the mint shot I had in Dresden! Two of the guys also helped me get back to the hostel, as the metro I got on the way didn't run overnight. ...
... damage I could do with that airline discount! Eventually our time there had to come to an end, and it was just as we since were all pretty beat. We finished up the beers, mom and Steph did a little dancing to the band, we took the obligatory empty beer photo and headed our way back to the car and across the river to the hotel. Tomorrow we would be checking out and moving on, but not before one last stop nearby: ...
... anti-Semitism was nothing new, that genocide was nothing new, that concentration camps were nothing new, but that the nazis did it on a bigger scale. He kept calling the nazis idiots. Our next stop was the Bier Hall where Hitler gave his first speech to about 6 people. Everything in Germany seems to happen in bier halls. That Bier Hall is now a Museum.
Next we stopped at another very famous bier hall, the Hofbrauhaus, where Hitler spoke ...
... that this was something that we wanted to do. Did they understand that it was a museum? Yes! Did they realise that there were no water slides? Yes! Did they get that this was a place that required respect? Yes! Ok then, it looks like we are all on the same page. We walked through the gates inscribed with the Nazi slogan "Arbeit macht frei" (work will make you free) to see the camp laid out before us. While Jo and I were grappling with ...
... and playing with the girls.
Tobias’ parents, who we got to know several years ago, came for dinner one night and they made Livercheese. The dish is neither liver or cheese but rather minced veal, pork and other things. It is sold in a baking pan and when it is baked the top forms a crust, looking like a loaf of bread. That served with pretzels, ...