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... We spent today with Lennoxs cousin who studies in Munich. He showed us around Munich to all the good bits and best spots to eat. Early on that day we passed what was a famous spot in Germany that had bullet holes in the wall. It was a Nazi execution point and was quite chilling to be near as they had not made any attempt to cover the evident holes. From there we headed into the student part of town for incredible authentic Bavarian food. From there we headed into the ...
... Munich. Dad and I first set out to see the Olympic Stadium and park. The Olympic Park in Munich was built for the 1972 Summer Olympics. We walk through the paths and even walking into the stadium. The BMW Museum sits rightbeside the Olympic Stadium so we walking in to check out some of the cars. We saw old and new BMWs as well as a Rolls Royce! Our next stop was the Schloss Nyphemburg Palace. The Schloss Nyphemburg was the main ...
... on to the English Garden instead to find the guys surfing the standing wave in the Isar river. Yes, Germans are completely crazy as they put their wetsuits on & voluntarily jump into the freezing waters of the Isar river to surf. We watched from the warmth and safety of our puffy jackets, beanies & gloves ... nutters! Fading fast by now as it feels like we've been walking the entire day so we headed back to the hotel for dinner & packing for tomorrow's early start. ...
I woke up with a real sense of anticipation this morning. I was going to Oktoberfest again. Not only that, but I was going to remember having pork knuckle today. There was no way it could be anything but an amazing day! I know you're all jealous already! Once again I made a strategic decision to skip breakfast - some might think that's a bit foolish, but when faced with going to a festival absolutely full of native food and heaps of other choices, or a general continental (I think ...
... many of the wines were boxed
in fancy “sets,” sometimes with glasses or other wine accouterments, that
apparently are popular gifts.
In Hawaii, drinks and drinking are of course pretty typical
for the U.S. The exception of course is an overabundance of fruity cocktails,
with mai tais obviously in the lead. Honolulu even has a pretty good microbrew
scene; Dan had one of his favorite beers of the trip (a barrel-aged brown ale)
on tap in ...