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... felt the cold…Anyway after the Glockenspiel finished we headed over to the Hofbrauhaus to get a taste of what we were in for the next day. We were lucky to score a booth and shared it firstly with two Asian tourists but were soon joined by a few guys from the campsite. We enjoyed the 1ltr steins of beer and the Bavarian food accompanied by rousing oompah music, and it was as we were heading back to the bus pick-up point that it began to rain. Bucketed ...
... my breakfast making abilities so perhaps it’s good they didn’t go too authentic on what home is like for me ;-)
Today was going to be a day of travel: from Brussels to Munich via a train stop at Frankfurt. The trip went smoothly in the end, although for a few moments we thought we might miss the transfer. We knew we had 19 minutes gap between the trains, so it was exciting when we heard them announce that our first train was 15 minutes ...
... was persecuted, along with his mother and siblings, for their Jewish heritage, and insists that he survived due to his father's efforts to protect his family from the Gestapo. Today, Mr. Grube, despite his old age, very actively participates in memorializing concentration camps and other sites of the atrocities committed during the Holocaust. Furthermore, he openly shares his experiences with individuals all over Europe. At one point, Mr. ...
... months in New York. I also finally got to meet my nephew Florentin in person, my highlight of the week of course.
Besides a great family brunch, girls night with cooking, a visit to Chiemsee, Biergarten visit, dinner with the grandparents and relaxing with Sebastian I could also finally enjoy some sunshine on my face. new York hadn't seen any until then.
A wonderful week with my beloved people and it just showed me again that Muich is and always will be my home.
... shops were shut. Most of Europe seems to close down on a Sunday! St Peter's Church is just off the Marienplatz and it's possible to climb to the top of the spire, up 306 steps, 92m to the top! It was rather claustrophobic - people coming down the same way, down the narrow wooden staircases. But the views from the top were nice! All across the city and towards the mountains! The clouds had cleared and nearly a blue sky. Lovely. But ...
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