Mercure Hotel Orbis Muenchen Perlach
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Known today as the city of laptops and lederhosen, modern Munich is a cosmopolitan playground that nevertheless represents what the rest of the world incorrectly sees as "typically German": world-famous Oktoberfest, traditional lederhosen (leather pants), busty Bavarian waitresses in dirndls (traditional dresses), beer steins, and sausages.
... one big theme park full of rides. We all went onto the bumper cars which was a laugh, we all got into pairs and each had a turn at driving, poor childern having drunken adults crash into them. After that David and Jane went on the large swinging claw ride while the others watched. We all didn't want to throw up. Was so funny watching, you could see David having the time of his life and then you could just see Jane mouth wide open screaming. We hung out with everyone for ...
... and see the rows of squished bunk beds, trying to imagine what it was like. The rest of the barracks are no longer there, but that spaces were they stood are outlined. Whilst they did not use gas chambers at this camp, there is a crematorium out the back as many victims died in the harsh working and living conditions they endured. Having learnt so much about the Holocaust at school and from books and movies, it was interesting ...
... place that was very good and cheap and busy. Sat outside. Walked around to a huge park. Saw naked people and a guy *******. Good times. Just sat around on a few different benches to pass the time before heading to Thai mama to pick up to go dinner to bring back and eat while I finished binge watching Bloodline. Fell asleep fairly ...
... but I didn't get to see much. It was packed with a busload of tourists. (our guide made us walk but there was a bus, and two of them stopped just before we made it to the bridge) Add in my fear of heights, plus the floor of the bridge was made of wooden planks which were not as sturdy as I would have liked. This was compounded by the stupid wench behind me, who noticed the wonky wood, said something in german, and proceeded to jump up and down, testing how wonky it was. Her ...