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... since she had met us already. We had burgers for dinner and then spent the night with his mother in her apartment just chatting away and enjoying the fact we can sleep without being woken up later on.
The next morning we woke up to phil cooking us breakfast and boy was this such a welcome change from 2 day ago. We spent the afternoon shopping in the Munich town centre and this is where I got my new book. Stephen kings The shining. We walked around for a bit in the centre and ...
... of the area I chose not to go the part of the camp where the mass
killings were held, deciding that it would bring up to many emotions and un
wanted distress. The barracks were torn down only the stone foundations
standing, marking the 35 of them which were force built by the prisoners. It
was an emotional experience that will never leave me and I'm grateful
that I got too see it and how it evolved. You got to experience some of
the stories from the American ...
... Colisseum....very pretty, very imposing. We were not able to figure out what purpose it serves today, but we hope to find time soon to look it all up. Then we made our way down to the beach, only to find as we got closer that it was actually all rocks! That was a surprise because there were so many people laying out on it! I guess when you're desperate for a beach, even a rocky one will work! The water was indeed fast moving, so we knew we were only going to wade, but ...
... level and then we went to a pub at the station. I had a drink and caught up. I then went off to join a pub crawl, but found when i
got to the meeting point that it was cancelled, so i went back to the pub that mum and dad were at an rejoined them for another drink. We then went for a walk around and found a place for dinner at a Mexican place, then after dinner we said our goodbyes and i went back to the
hostel and went to the hostel bar, had a drink, used the WiFi and went to bed.
... the city in a top down jamming out to some tunes, nothing could of been better.
We hung out at Michels apartment and then headed to the only open club in Munich on a Sunday, Roses. We were the only ones there for the first few hours and Michel preceded to have Brian and I try Whiskey and Jaeger Tonics, didn't even now those were a drink... no comment on how it tasted but you can all imagine. Finally peeps showed up and we ran the dance ...