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... Museum and have a look what Munich had on display. One of the best decisions i have made so far was going to that museum. Had so many fascinating things and all aimed at my sort of taste. They had a whole section on Electrical engineering and also had a massive Aviation sector as well. After spending most of the afternoon in the Museum i decided time to get some dinner and i was not going to settle for Burger King again so i went to an Italian restaurant across the ...
... pancake with honey and bacon. People were complaining about how bad it was all around us but we were in heaven hahah. We were laughing so hard when we realized this because we were used to breakfast at school where we get the same plain corn flakes, toast, yogurt, or a hard-boiled egg and were missing real breakfast so badly. To us, that breakfast was literally a feast! After breakfast we got ready to go and sadly headed back to Salzburg crossing yet another weekend off the ...
... It was alright and even though it's a very fun word to say, I think I'll pass on the schnitzel next time.
After dinner we went to find the famous Hofbrauhaus. This is a GIANT beer garden. There are rows of tables and you just find a seat. There's lots of singing, cheering, and cheersing that goes on. There was a big soccer game going on that night so I bet the place was going to get insane. It was packed even for a Wednesday night. Unfortunently, ...
... but it seemed a wasted opportunity to expand my own experience by seeing yet another side of the human condition. The next day, we had a bit of a wander around the city. Everywhere you looked, there was scaffolding and hessian. It seems like all of Munich is under repair. Well, maybe not all. We did see some beautiful old buildings, along the way. After a bit, we were ready for lunch and a beer (well, it is Munich!). We headed for ...
... those who make pilgrimage to it every year. It became a pilgrimage church after tears were seen coming from Christ. It is amazing to me that these churches exist everywhere. They are full of riches and seem to be all over the place.
From there we drove to Oberammergau, which is a really cute, quaint town. It is famous for putting on the Passion Play every ten years. The town was facing the plague and the residents promised God ...
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