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... round his shoulder and banging on his knee when he walked. You can imagine the racket! They weren't tuneful or tinkly at all. At the station they stopped and rested. Not sure where they went after that. On to the Brandhorst Museum. This was the main reason for visiting Munich on the recommendation of my art tutor, Lois. We saved it until the last day and as it didn't look very big, and I knew it would be challenging, I thought we would be in and out quite quickly. Silly me. ...
... amp; run other camps. The camp was built to put anyone resisting or thought to be a threat to the Nazi party into 'protective custody' into a work camp. Communists, JW's, Jews, homosexuals many groups ordered by the Nazi's. You would appear at the camp when ordered & not escape otherwise the Nazi's would kill your family. The camp was in operation for 12 years & the first 5 years there were only German prisoners. Political prisoners & anyone opposing the ...
... veterans began telling stories about what a wonderful place Ettal was and the travel newbies ooohed and awwed and said, "We wish we could've seen it!" Our chauffeur Jose (pronounced with a hard "J") let Helmut know we were only 10 minutes away and could make a quick stop. That made everyone happy. Ettal is home to the Ettal Abbey which was built in 1330. Construction was made possible by Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian in fulfillment of an oath on his return from Italy, on a site ...
... another day to my booking to give me more time to figure out what I was going to do next. I arrived in munich at 10am just in time to join the walking tour at my hostel which was once again guided by you guessed it an aussie. after the walking tour I met up with caroline a friend I met when she did an exchange to our highschool in 7th form we went for coffee, wandered around a park by the river, there river has beaches. the next day I went back to some of the places we had seen on ...
... for Oktoberfest. But I was delighted to see her (and Anna as well of course). Before you could say “blitzkreig” we were tucking into a hearty Bavarian breakfast – weißwurst, brezen & beer. We then made our way to Oktoberfest, taking some running selfies as we went. We ended up in the Schottenhamel tent, and the atmosphere was just as rambunctious as the other day when I was there. We sang 'Ein Prosit' about a million times, clinked glasses about a million ...