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Well again I have been on walkabout for the last few days and tomorrow morning I leave for Prague.
I went into the city centre and took a better picture of the Glockenspiel. I also found the third novel in the "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" series!
I had my first beer in a tavern in Munich.
The next day I ventured to the west of the town to see ...
... range where they executed prisoners. Needless to say, this was a hugely powerful experience and made us think deeply about the events of the war. It also made us think about the modern day wars in the Middle East and further afield and wonder what suffering people are going through today.
In the afternoon we had planned to visit a Palace in Munich but didn't really feel up to it anymore! We had a quieter afternoon reading and talking. We didn't really feel we missed ...
... and it was great. Man I loved that sauerkraut and beir combination and just as I had hoped, Adam was really getting caught up in my exciting conversation and his food. This gave me just the opening I needed to finish my mas and slam it down on the table, not really hard, but hard enough for Adam to hear. He was so flustered and finished the little he had left right away. He decided that we should get another mas, but thankfully I talked him out of it as we had a lot to see later ...
It must be Wednesday. We have woken to drizzle and 9 degrees.
The journey from Rothenburg to Munich is not particularly long - could be done easily within 2 - 3 hours. But we decided to take the Romantische Strasse (Romantic Road) which carved its way through a number of medieval dorfs and walled townships similar to Rothenburg. Any number of them are worth a visit, but Dinkesbuhl and Nordlingen were really ...
... we were still no closer to finding the restaurant that Catherine's friend had recommended. We headed back towards the Marienplatz and happened to catch the Glockenspiel performance. At first we weren't sure what was happening, but it was obvious by the number of people in the square just standing around that something was about to happen. The two tiered clock began its performance as two knights circled around jousting in front of what looked like a king. All around ...
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