Daily Archives: June 26, 2008

Sitting in an Englischer Garten, waiting for the sun…

Today was a boring day in Bayern (that’s German for Bavaria). It’s my last day here so I decided to mostly just walk around and take it easy. I walked down the main drag, had breakfast at the Haufbrauhaus (white sausage and again got the evil eye when I asked for something OTHER than beer to drink – but at 10am I was NOT succumbing to peer pressure!) and wandered over to the Englischer Garten, a central park like place complete with raging rivers, surfers (yes, surfers in the river!) and a Chinese pagoda. It was the perfect day for a walk in the park, slightly overcast but not too cold. Continue reading

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Addendum…

Check out the comments on my last past to learn more about Sophie Scholl and The White Rose resistance. I got some facts wrong (damn these incomplete tours) and Ruth Hanna Sachs, a White Rose scholar, has set me straight.

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