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... has 3 bunks on each side, totaling six people sleeping in a tiny room. We reserved the bottom bunks, and from Copenhagen to (so far) right into the beginning of Germany, it was just us two in the small space. Although we are living in Denmark, we honestly haven’t seen much outside of Copenhagen, mostly due to the fact that our monthly passes for the metro are only valid for two zones - not very far out from the city. Sitting on the ...
... in a beer and a Grosse Brenz'n (a very large pretzel). We walked over to Viktualienmarkt which has food stalls and other items for everyday living. Naturally it has an area for beer drinking and food. Think that food is secondary to beer in Munich. We then walked back to the hotel, getting a little lost on the way. Went out for a light Chinese dinner and called it a ...
... places we should visit if time permitted. We managed most of them.
Apart from yesterday we've had really good weather on this trip. Hot temperatures up in the early 30s.
Hotel WiFi still not very reliable for uploading pictures so, sorry, I'll do them when I can.
Tomorrow we've got 2.10pm flights so the day will be filled with getting to the airport and flying back to Bristol via Schiphol.
Check back soon for the pictures!
After a very long but enjoyable train ride from Prague we finally made it to Munich Hauptbahnhof, where we had to change trains and head to Pasing to meet up with Cynthia and Family. We arrived a little later than expected, but there was Cynthia, Lily and Jak waiting to meet us. We walked from the station to Cynthia's apartment, which was only a very short walk and I must say, Cynthia and family live in such a great location, walking distance to the rail station and a large ...
... Not going to happen.
What was the hardest to process though was this: We remind ourselves of this happening so it doesn't happen again...but it IS happening again. We just can't process that it's not gas and the strive for 'purity'. It's bombs and oil.
It makes me sick.
I spend the way home talking to Berit about it, and have come to the conclusion it was worth it. f you ever get the chance to go to a concentration camp, do. ...