Villa am Schlosspark
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... live. A hardware store, in my mind, reveals the heart, soul and nature of the people it serves. My home hardware store includes the usual stuff plus a huge gardening section, cooking and canning section, and section for water fountains. You can quickly glean what is important in a community from a visit to the hardware store.
I'm in search of CR 2332 batteries - my luggage scale has gone through the batteries and I don't want to pay 100 euros for ...
... memory of those killed, and ordered that all who passed the square must perform the Nazi salute to the memorial. Those who did not salute, were arrested. However, some still resisted the order by taking a detour through a back alleyway so that they would not have to pass the statue and perform the salute. This resistance, although small and secretive, is commemorated today by a small memorial at the corner of the alleyway and the main road.
Arrived in Munich last night and were met with Jurgen and Steffi my cousins.
No time for sitting around we were straight out and about.
First stop - Kloster Andechs - a monastery and brewery that are still functioning. The Kloster is beautiful - see the pictures below.......Sharon especially for you.
We got to meet with Horst - one of my Uncles that used to live in Australia a long time ago.
... Oktoberfest. And caught the coach to our accommodation just out of Munich! The hour and a half bus trip was everyone's favourite part of the day I'm sure! The day song "wake me up" was blasted and dancing in the aisle was crazy! Having a bus full of drunk people had its down falls though! The first time we used the toilet on the bus and the last as we filled it up! We had a few sick ones on the bus though, those that skulked their last stein! ...
... the sky line of Munich is not very high for the reason that the height
limit on buildings (logically) was limited to the height of the fire engines
of the day. As you look across the Munich skyline, church spires dominate.
In 1973 it hosted the Olympic Games for which were built the Olympic stadium,
and also the underground system. Munich remains the capital of Bavaria, and
is where German chancellor candidate Edmund Stoiber has his seat of power.