Hotel Erzgiesserei Europe
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... and the possible intersect between her family and Rose Wilder. grey skies in munich - so strange to fly over so much greenery after a week in Malta. Bright yellow pat hes (rape seed?) mixed in w green fields until touch down at 11:17. Munich airport is a big shiny clean shopping mall and is now my favoirute airport in Europe, especially if travelling in economy - nice food options, double seater benches deep enough ...
... with a mustard which had a curry flavor according to our tour guides but again it was delicious, even though it looked kind of funny. Later that night we met up with one of Jordan's friends from high school who was a foreign exchange student from Germany, so on our last night we were able to hang out with actual Germans which was really awesome to be with some locals.
Overall, I loved Germany. It was historical and traditional but ...
With such a jam-packed weekend, we didn’t get to explore around Munich and experience much of a regular-day culture. Luckily, the passes that we bought to use the EUrail train were 4-time passes, as long as they are use within two months. So we will head back to Germany on a free weekend, most likely to Berlin, and see more of their everyday life.
We will arrive back in Copenhagen at about 1am tonight, and will be there ...
... were teasing me and he was mad because he was a kind friendly kid. I didn't care, I smashed my stein down and left to try the rides I hadn't done yet. This took me about two hours to do, I could feel myself getting hammered because I'd drunk so quickly before. I had a 'cino to level myself out, I asked for double strength and it worked, I felt like I was focusing well. After a quick look again for the guys I decided I'd return to 'Oide wiesn'.
I managed to ...
... towns left in Germany and it is like going to fairyland. Further inquiries advise that "The Romantic Road" is a "theme route" devised by promotion-minded travel agents in the 1950s. It describes the 350 kilometers of highway between Würzburg and Füssen in southern Germany, which includes the locations we are going to today.
We had a nice looking Coach and 56 persons on it of all nationalities. Having got to the meeting place about 10 minutes before time we ...