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... it had to be night by now, I was so ****** so it had to be getting late - I was willing it to get late! I remember some dancing on the benches. I remember trying some sweet dessert thing of Nikita's. I remember us getting up and going at some time when it was finally dark. I remember kicking Glen's **** at a shooter game, and him being super devastated at that. I remember walking them all home (I'm good at directions), and then getting myself home. I remember being ...
... public & kept the cost of beer lower than the inn's in Munich. Today it's still a bit cheaper at the beer halls for drinks & food & the atmosphere is fantastic. If gluttony is a sin, I'm guilty. I drool as I watch the giant plates of half roast chickens, Bavarian meat loaf, schnitzels, German sausages, suckling pig being carried around on massive trays by waiters dressed in lederhosen. Ladies dressed in edelweiss traditional ...
... we called over a flight attendant who advised it was something that was managed from the armrest. Needless to say she felt a little silly since she had tried to turn it off several times (she's a sweetie!).
Our seats were in the middle aisle of the plane and luckily, Brittany had nobody sitting next to her so we were able to get a bit more space. As far as sleep goes, we didn't really get much and it's sure hitting us ...
... part of Motel One was the TV, which had a channel that solely played an aquarium of fish swimming around to this eerily calming windpipe music.
At that point, Scott and I became paralyzed from exhaustion. Luckily, we were cured 2 hours later when we woke up from the deepest, best sleep. It took us a while to snap out of the jet lagged trance, and we unpacked and settled into the room.
We then used Triposo app, to make a sightseeing ...
... at about 4 Marks to the dollar. The majority of my German deployments the Mark came down a bit with a couple of small fluctuations. But for the majority of time it was trading at about 2.40 Marks to the dollar. Once the dollar stabilized against the Euro the trade has been about $1.40 to the Euro. Today gauging prices on clothes, street food, admission tickets and the like, the amount in Euro for what “stuff” cost is very similar to 25 years ago ...