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... the grounds, as it was winter it wasn’t open. I walked back up the the Palace and firstly did the tour of the Palace. The rooms were very elaborate, especially the Great Hall. The Northern apartment was more decorated and had a lot more pictures hung from the walls and the ceilings. One example is below, the picture of the topless lady surrounded by cherubs, which was on the ceiling of one of the bedrooms- imagine waking up to ...
... day, around 40 degrees F; very fitting, but we were not exactly prepared for it to be that cold.
So as I write this I am now in Leipzig, Germany, which is a city about 1.5 hours outside of Berlin by train. This has often been called the City of Revolution.
I am wondering how much longer I can last in Europe in Autumn with neither a raincoat nor an umbrella. We shall see. We shall see.
Also side note: It has been ...
... you have no table. And unless you have a seat at a table, no beer will be served to you. Nevertheless, many of the tables have seats available provided you arrive early, early, early. In addition, some of the beer halls do not have reserved seating so you can simply find a seat at a table. Again, the key is to arrive early. And since the halls open at 10, we figured we would need to arrive by 12 in order to find seats. Today, however, we could arrive whenever we wanted since we ...
... to go into the 'showers' and then through to the disrobing room where they undressed because they thought they were waiting to have showers, but they were about to be taken through to be gassed. It is really sobering seeing a part of history like that, the reason the camps are kept there is to make sure nothing like that ever happens again.
After an hour at the concentration camp we were back on the coach and heading into Munich! I made me so happy to finally ...
... the tour guides said it was much better than the big waves of Hawaii because there was no one see you out there! True enough! The Munich surfers have a constant, enthusiastic audience - silly tourists! We also visited the BMW Museum. Amazing buildings housing BMW cars and bikes covering the company's entire history to current models and beyond. Loved the minis! Racing cars were well covered too. There was a temporary exhibition of Rolls Royces, this was my favourite section - so ...