Prinzregent An Der Messe Hotel
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... Josh bought 25 tequila shots for all of us and we had a nice toast. I also got a free shot of jaeger with Danielle and Caylee. After some dancing we decided to find a new bar. The only problem was we weren't in a bar area so we were having zero luck finding one. So I asked a girl walking by if she spoke English, yes she did! Her name was Daria and she said she would lead us to a fun bar. We all started walking but after about 5 minutes we were passing ...
... rated German restaurants in town. We realized it was great luck we came early because from 8pm on all the tables had been reserved for the night. Definitely a super popular place. We ordered our meals luckily from an English menu and waited what seemed like 10 minutes. Our meal was of epic proportions. Usually I'm the one who thoroughly enjoys every meal but this one even Bryan couldn't contain himself. We must have uttered "omg" with every bite. There was some coating ...
Our plan for the day was to take a tour to visit the Dachau concentration camp. The weather forecast was similar to the previous day and I made sure to bring my umbrella today. We took the train to the city of Dachau, which is over 1200 years old. From the train station we took a bus to the Dachau memorial site. The rain was on and off all day and we were lucky to be inside during the worst ...
... Garden in Munich. We saw lots of different plants from all over the world including cactus, ferns, rainforest plants and lots of different types of flowers. We really enjoyed seeing all the beautiful plants and we really enjoyed ourselves. We had a great day today and we are looking forward to ...
... grounds and the festival officially kicked off. Almost simultaneously the heavens opened and a rainstorm erupted. Since there was no space left inside the beer tents we hunkered under an umbrella at a seat outside, alone and soaked but warmed by our first beer. Eight hours later we were dripping wet and freezing cold, but the tables we started off at alone were packed and we had made a good bunch of friends - from American Iraq vets to ...