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... city, so prime location! At 5pm we walked back to the town hall, as there was bells and figurines circling at the top of the clock tower which was pretty cool to see, apparently this is a must see in Munich! We then walked and went and had some dinner at a nice little local restaurant, which wasn't too expensive. And then had a few drinks to follow, sitting outside enjoying the sun while it lasted. We then walked to the hofbräuhaus which was awesome! Fully ...
... introduced the topic of the Holocaust to the kids over breakfast that morning. To their credit, both Sam Jackson and Catherine seemed to appreciate the importance and solemnity of the subject and listened carefully. It was a gloomy and rainy Sunday morning in Dachau - fitting weather to visit this infamous vestige of German history. The Dachau concentration camp was initially built in 1933 as a penitentiary for political prisoners. The ...
... the city we noticed a tour group on bikes riding from place to place. Our good friend Adrian from San Fran had recommended 'Mikes Bikes' only the day before on Facebook, and here they were right in front of us. They offer a really good variety of tours with themes on all the different aspects of the city's history. The tour we chose to take was about the history of the Third Reich in Munich. This being the city where Hitler lived before he became Fuhrer and then afterwards ...
... meats and some fantastic cheeses. There was unlimited free coffee, something I took great advantage of and bacon, sausages and scrambled eggs that were actually delicious. Then on the other side was a bevy of fresh fruit, even with kiwi. And the best part other than the pastries were the pimiento stuffed olives with the vinegar and olive oil close at hand. Yes I just took an entire paragraph to explain my breakfast but it was just that good. After that we decided ...
... the audio guide at my own pace. It was a suitably cold, drizzling day for such a sombre thing to visit. Even visiting a place like this as a tourist is a bit questionable but they don’t charge entry and it is truly a museum to the past – no punches pulled and no hidden fact that the Germans in the 1930’s and 40’s were swept up in the promise that Adolf Hitler could deliver them a new beginning from the humiliating defeat of WW1 and the mass ...
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