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... Munich. We each had a beer and shared a salted pretzel. It was OK, nothing really special.
We took the subway back to our apartment and dropped off our purchases and then set out on foot to this lovely park Jerry had seen on the map. About a 20 min walk and we were not disappointed. The English Garten park is probably 4 Miles long and at about the half way point is a small lake surrounded by walking and bike paths and green grass. We found a bench and sat for a ...
... of St. Peter, where our guide told us that most buildings in Old Town Munich are actually newer than those in New Town because during the war most of them were damaged or demolished. The town decided to take note of what each building looks like, and after the war decided to rebuild them, including every last detail. In the case of St. Peter Church there is a cannon ball placed into the side of the church, it was originally from the 30 years ...
... feel sombre and actually quite angry and filled with hate as you browse through the many photos and exhibits, displaying the evil acts of that xenophobic megalomaniac *******.. We had some lunch and a beer, before we climbed onto our bus, which would take us up to the nest.. The bus trip of a winding, one way road was brilliant, as the driver with the skills of mark Webber, got us up the mountain quickly. The backdrop to our drive was the Hoher Goll mountain, standing ...
... there isn't too much to see and lots of it you can't drive past as the streets have been turned in to malls. This saved Ben and I any serious financial damage to our bank accounts but we bought nice things. Most things, even with conversion are cheaper here but food is dearer. We met with mum and Em and went and saw the glockenspiel and did some more shopping before catching the 6pm train back to Bad Tolz and relieved Sarah by ...
... it was a night that will never be forgotten for a few reasons the first being Corey jumped right out of his shell dancing up a storm and taking his shirt off, making that a tradition for every drunken bus ride for the rest of the trip! The bar at the accommodation was open at about 11pm when we got back and they kept it open until after 2.30 for us! I convinced the bar tender to let me make a beer! And I drank a few more radlers throughout the ...