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... I believe it after seeing this place.
We took our two hour train ride to catch up on anything and everything. Once we arrived I made sure to romantically sprint through the crowd to hug Hannah. We had some food all together and proceeded to all catch up together. I had my first realization during this time that life continues without me. Hannah began talking about a couple people she hangs out with all the time and I realized I didn't know who they were. That's ...
... containing similar things to what we had seen elsewhere, we tried a blueberry gluhwein, which was different but also good. It was a bit wet and cold, so afterwards we wandered over to the wave at the Englisher Garden and watched the surfers for a bit and had a coffee.
After coffee we went to Marienplatz to cruise the main markets there, closely looking at Nutcracker decorations and glass candles. Kate, ...
*Sorry in advance-this post turned into a novel
Well I am proud to say that I officially survived a weekend at the much anticipated Oktoberfest. It was probably one of the wildest weekends of my life, and though it was not easy on the bank account, the experiences had were worth every penny. I went to Oktoberfest with Dom and Chris and we left Thursday (Sept 25th) and returned Sunday.
Our flight to Munich was at 4:00pm Thursday afternoon, which put ...
... bought a couple of nice beer glasses and a German Stein. Don’t know how I am going to get them back yet but will sort something out. Jackie had a huge bananas split but could only get through half of it.
We then made for our coach and were driven for 3 hours back to Munich and our hotel.
There we met Kate and John who had spent their day at Dachau and at a Beer Feast Type Carnival. The Dacha visit was very sobering for them and they were ...
... day was grey and foggy as we strolled with GŁnter through the medieval streets, stopping at a couple of churches, and finishing in the main square next to the town hall.
GŁnter’s task was a challenging one – helping us understand several key points of German and European history that are reflected in the story of Augsburg. North Americans struggle with the meager 200-300 year context of our republics. The seemingly endless ...