Munchen Airport Marriott Hotel
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... we went to get car. Unfortunately, we could to get an Audi or BMW or Mercedes. Since we are driving through Slovenia and Italy, those cars are too high risk. So we ended up with a very nice Opel. We are staying a really nice town outside of Munich called Freising. Very quaint. Once checked in we walked into town to find Kaffee and fruhstick (breakfast). Found a nice Kaffee shop and had the best egg omelet I ever had. ...
... understand why the grim fates of people are written up there for the world to see; people need a clear image.
Some thing I just wish I could get out of my head...
You know how people say a picture is worth a thousand words? Not always true.
I got, not 'used to' but accepted seeing pictures of dead bodies. It is part of the museum. It's part of the history of Germany.
But there is one sentence written about how someone ...
... Greg, Kat, Ed, Renee and roommate Bec. A great meal, a few cocktails and a few of Ed's signature cactus cooler shots later it was time to meet back up outside to catch the coach back to the hotel. We had a good sleep and managed the shower situation in the morning. It was then on the coach once again to travel to Liechtenstein for some lunch and then on to Switzerland. We are now in the countdown with 6 days to ...
... constitution so it is technically not part of Germany. So if you are born in Bovaria then you are considered Bovarian and not German. Bovaria even issues their own passports but you can also get the standard passport as well. Munich was so clean and spread out. The bier gartens, the sausages, the everything was great! It has an old feel but nothing is older than 60 years old because everything was rebuilt after WWII. ...
... br> Day Two - Freising and Munich
Our second day in Germany started with a stroll through what we in the States would call a farmer's market held in Freising's town square every Saturday. There were stalls with vendors selling fruit, vegetables, meats, various and sundry other things, and absolutely gorgeous flowers. I loved the flowers the best, and I am so sorry to say that I took no pictures. I had left ...