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... be going to Europe. I met a really nice German girl at dulles airport. I am guessing she was probably around 18 or 19. She was waiting standby cuz she missed her earlier flights cuz she overslept. Teenagers. Haha. But Very nice. We became friends. As tom and I were lining up for our time to get on flight, I asked her if she had any money in case she didn't make it on the flight. She said she only had $2. I offered her a $20 so she could at least eat. She didnt want to take ...
... we waited we checked out the Bavarian food market the lady at the information centre told us about. It would have been awesome if we hasn't just had lunch! We got a fresh juice though, blueberry, pineapple & orange. It was sour but so good! We chilled by the meeting place for a while using the free wifi in the square then our tour guide arrived. Her name was Clare. She was really nice and easy to get along with. We ...
... for prisoners, the diseases and the deaths. Something that struck me was that, despite being taught that Hitler and Germans generally, were very good record keepers, many many thousands of deaths towards the end of the war went unregistered. People could be gassed without knowing who they were. I mean, even if they put a fake cause of death or name/identity unknown, I would have thought that they would have at least been registered. Anyway, that wasn't the ...
... The journey was quite quiet after that, my fiance read and I played sudoku and watched the world go by. The scenery was amazing today - the Bavarian Alps, lakes, cute villages and towns, it was lovely so I had to take some photos!
When we finally arrived in Munich, we went to the tourist information point for a map and some directions towards the hostel. However, it turned out the directions I had printed for us were a ...
... she saw several men and realized she had turned the wrong way and gone into the side that was the Men’s bathroom. She did not see urinals and there were no men visible, so who knew. She was just focused on getting to a toilet.
It was pretty warm in Munich. We then found a little cafe and Robyn finally found a place that actually served real iced tea-she was in Heaven. Unfortunately, ...
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