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... boyfriend, and his 4 friends from Vegas at one of the beer tents. Walking into a beer tent at Oktoberfest is something I think everyone should experience in life. There is nothing like the atmosphere there. There are lots of different tents that each hold thousands of people. There are rows, and rows, and rows of tables and people of all ages drinking liters of beer. It was nice outside and still a ...
... We had about 3.5 days for this city. The first evening, we used a travel book again to do a walking tour of the city to get oriented. We didn't quite make it through the whole tour, but got a good start. Unfortunately it made our next day a little busy, but we survived. We finished the guide book tour in the morning, visiting a couple churches along the way. Munich has one of largest parks (possibly the largest) in Europe, so that was our next stop. ...
... shopping. Some of us went to the Bayern Munich stadium. When we arrived, we stood in wonder at the stadium of greatness. we entered and bought our tickets for a tour. Sadly the tour was in German so we did not know what the tour guide was saying. Nevertheless, it was a fantastic moment. Then as a whole group we travelled to the English Gardens and watched surfers, riding a single wave on the river. Things came to a close and we headed on our journey home.
... taste. It was as I expected – perfect.
We then hopped back on the bus and after a lunch stop arrived in Munich, Germany in the early afternoon. Cam then led us on a walking tour of the city centre where we viewed many churches and historical buildings. We also watched the "Glockenspiel" toll. The “Glock” is the biggest cuckoo clock in the world and like the Astronomical Clock in Prague, people gather to watch it toll and ...
... sorrowful. The entryway was closed by a solid set of metal gates, as though locking away that horrible, painful history in the process of preventing vandalism. It was very quiet, very sombre, and gave a very strong impression of defeat and solemnity but with a sense of hope as the younger generation supports the elder in moving forward. It was also reassuring to see a lot of wreaths still left from local commemorations indicating that the residents ...