Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe
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... the hotel -30 minute decompress then leave for dinner via subway -Salad, chicken (with a good sauce), corn cheese things, sour jello -Finished my first beer (before I couldn't get past a few sips) -Decided alcohol is most definitely not for me (nothing happened don't worry). And probably won't try it again for the rest of the trip -Walked around seeing the grounds for Oktoberfest and a monument to Bavaria -Head back to hotel via ...
... A nice slow paced tour included highlights such as seeing the church that the devil helped build and includes his footprint ( which didn't fit me, phew!! I'm safe for another Millenia ), a statue to a 16th century composer covered in tributes to Michael Jackson, information on the beer hall push from the Nazi era which includes a bronze strip where people who didn't want to do the salute past a nazi memorial to the push, took a diversion down a side street as an act of defiance. ...
... took until 1958 to be rebuilt. Now as popular with tourists and local characters.. it is a city "must do". I can thoroughly recommend the " Apfel strudel ".. Best in town!
The remainder of our day is spent people watching,especially at the ice skating.. Little ones are more adept than yours truly.... savouring all the edible and visual aspects Munich city has to offer...
... hello and one beer please. We will have to come back and see Munich again and the rest of Deutschland it is well organized. Well after 1945 they had a clean sheet in a lot of their cities for planning and road layout.
There are a lot of bikes in this town which is nice to see and the bikes get right of way over everything except for the trams. You can see why they run the euro and bail everyone else out they are the most organized.
Our next stop is Paris ...
... girl. He was very informative and sensitive when appropriate. We caught the train to Dachau and then the bus to the site. Craig explained each area as we walked around. The barracks, main building and most moving the crematorium and gas chamber. The memorial gardens were lovely and there are 3 memorial churches in the grounds. Presbyterian, Jewish and Catholic. The most ...