Prinzregent An Der Messe Hotel
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... What an experience! We got a very small table right next to the little alcove where the entertainment is: a guy who plays accordion and keyboard and sings. We got beers and me a water and ordered. Derek, Erin and I got the Grostl and Larry had Kasespaetzle. It was very good. The singing began shortly after we got our food. It was a different guy from the last time but he was much better. There was a lot of singing along, most of which we ...
... We bring greek olives and another pudding (we always overdo the puddings)! Followed up with hot sugar coated almonds from a stall nearby at the boys' urgent request. How did we all cycle after that lot? We turn to messing about on the trikes which cause quite a stir in the biergarten and the boys are delighted, Jonathan the youngest asks for more and more. Sad goodbyes and many thanks for making our Munich trip so special. Hope to see them all again in the UK. Next ...
I have never been to Germany unlike Wendy who visited here with band-camp back in her younger days. So as we headed into Munich Hauptbahnhof from Vienna, I had no idea what to expect. It is a modern European city, that sees us back in the "west" for the first time since leaving Perth. By the "west", I mean expensive living. Since leaving Perth back in early May, we have been through countries where the cost of living is very much lower than it is here in Europe. And Germany sure ...
Been a busy couple of days here in beautiful Munich. On Tuesday Brett and I decided to take a day trip out to the famous Neuschwanstein Castle, which you would recognize as it is the Disney icon of the castle. Walt Disney loved the look of the unfinished castle so much that he paid the Bavarian Government a ton of money to use it as the official Disney icon. They still pay almost a million dollars a year for the rights to use it as their symbol! I had to see it for myself, so ...
... party considered of lesser value were taken as prisoner. Upon arrival, prisoners were stripped of their identities and belongings. In the camp prisoners were forced to work many many long hours of heavy labor, and only fed 400 calories per day. Everyday prisoners would have to stand at perfect attention for up to several hours no matter the weather. Often those too weak would collapse resulting in punishment. At the camp, prisoners were tortured and beaten. ...