Prinz Myshkin Parkhotel
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... carved by 4 people over 4.5 years to create a gothic cathedral style bed topper. After we finished exploring the castle, on our drive back to Munich, we stopped at a town to have dinner in a beer garden by a lake. It was a very beautiful location and great company. We all had a schnitzel and beer to top of the German experience.
I really enjoyed my time in Munich and met lots of fantastic people and learnt lots of interesting things which were all very different.
... of the
camp. Life was so horrid that many chose suicide by running into the electric
fence. The stories we learnt from the camp are horrific. And Berndt told us,
that although he doesn’t like to say it, Dachau was low in life lost compared
to many of the other camps outside Germany which were purely for extermination (such as Auchswitz). Still, seeing images of men who weighed less than 38
kilos and were used in medical experiments was horrible. ...
... Down the block someone started chasing after me. It was Damien my old French roommate! I had tried to knock on his door to say bye but there was no answer but then he saw me leaving from his window. He was the last person that I had to say bye to, now I could leave London!
The flight to Munich was delayed for a short time and I successfully made it to Lori’s an hour after landing. The worker at border control at the airport acknowledged my last name and asked ...
... out of her by everyone telling her you will never be here again to do this.
Today's hall was Haufbrau Haus the notorious **** head hall. It was set out completely different to the other Hall and as soon as we got in it was all chants and sculling races pretty much non stop for the first few hours. We had a little bit of a problem with our beer wench when we first arrive as she served us then never came back for a hour (a bit more tipping sorted that out) ...
... we would actually “participate”.
Anyway, the trip to the Octoberfest grounds from our hotel turned out to be VERY easy. One block from the hotel we found the subway stairs, bought two tickets and were on the subway in a matter of minutes. Four stops later we found ourselves exiting with the masses and following the herd to the Octoberfest grounds. Not surprisingly, there was a large police presence everywhere.
As we crossed a bridge closed to ...