Romantik Zur Post Fuerstenfeldbruck
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We promised Tobias that we'd visit and stay a couple of days.
A little about Tobias: he was an exchange student of ours when the boys were in high school. His age is between Clayton and Justin. He stayed with us for 1 year. Tobias lives in Germany not far from Munich with his wife and 3 girls.
For 2 days we just hung out, doing laundry, helping where ...
... Station where Robyn did what else, took pictures. There are up to three different tours that can be taken at the museum, the Residenz, the Treasury, and the Theater. We had been to the theater the night before so we just did the Treasury and the Residenz. The Treasury contains the jewels of the Wittelsbach dynasty which was the last family to rule as monarchs over ...
... After the drawing room you pass through "the Grotto"... A cave like passage that leads to the study. The Grotto cave and the decor in the study all pay homage to Wagner's "Tannhäuser" Once again, it is up another staircase to the fourth floor and the Hall of Singers & Ballroom. An amazing hall with stage, a gallery, structured arcades and the only place where his name appears in the whole palace. It was never designed for court ...
... museum after the concentration camp. We arrived half an hour before closing time and the receptionist let us in for free. It wasn't what we were expecting at all and had lots of car, bus and train models rather than the interactive science stuff that we were expecting. So it was cool that we got in for free because we weren't interested in it at all. We made another quick visit to the festival and decided we still didn't like it so we headed back to camp. For another long winters ...
... in traditional Bavarian costume, an oompah band, dancers, whip crackers and of course beer. I gave up on coffee and grabbed a beer and a bratwurst for breakfast. I met a Canadian girl in the food line so we sat and chatted over food and took in the Bavarian festivities around us. It was a real bonus to stumble upon this. I had to have a beer at the most famous beer hall in the world, the Hofbrauhaus. But on my way I got sidetracked by ...