Hotel Stadt Pasing
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... We saw a couple of old walls - all that was left of Hitler's home. It was bombed by the Allies and nearly completely distroyed. (The Eagle's Nest was untouched). We walked around the grounds of the home and saw how huge it had been.
We spent a little time in the small town of Berchtesgaden, the town closest to Hitler's homes. It was a cute little town, seemingly unconnected to the evil ...
This weekend was spent in Munich Germany for their Strong Beerfest. It was about a 7 hour bus ride from Florence to Munich, but the trip was well worth it. On Friday morning we started our day at 11am, with a historical walking tour of Munich, but the real kick was that it was actually an interactive drinking game as well as a tour. Our tour guide was named Lenny and he had us wheel a keg of traditional Bavarian beer ...
... one of the girls that was in the flat that we were staying in told me that she was visiting Copenhagen for Christmas this year, and I am so envious of her that she’s going to be here, when I won’t. I would love to stay here longer than a semester, because we are all having the time of our lives. I was so excited for her and she had asked me to write up some things to do. I ended up writing 6 pages about Copenhagen, what to do, and how ...
... us guys. I message Victoria drunk again. Standard.
There's no reply in the morning, we don't have to be anywhere until our bike tour of Munich that night at 16:30. The bike tour is a bit different, the guy is basically a drug addled tour leader, he makes jokes, pokes fun and tells funny stories. Ganzer and I get pulled up to try and imitate some statue. It's good fun riding around, we go to the second largest beer garden in Munich, it holds 7000 people. I get ...
... back home, washing and my diary. I was interested also in trying to get on a boat cruise but had left it too late – not to mind.
During my walk around the town I finally got a German Hot-dog, which was just as I remembered it, and were pleased to have had it. That almost took care of lunch. Then it was a stop for a half litre beer and two apricot pastries, a seat next to a main road under an umbrella and I watched their world go by for half an hour.
The rest of ...