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Tuesday, 17.Jun.2003

9:05 - so very, very true..

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Just got done reading Tycho's travel update on what it's like in Munich.

Nice to know the place hasn't changed one bit. The Beer still comes in one size (enormous), the Pretzels still have their own gravitational pull, and they still have random holidays and festivals for reasons noone quite understands. :)

damn I miss that place. I'm thinking I may put off buying toys and just go spend a month there to celebrate ridding myself of debt (whenever that finally happens).

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From:macklinr
Date:9:25 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)

Link for the kids playing at home

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http://www.penny-arcade.com/news.php3?date=2003-06-16
Scroll past the large image.
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From:lograh
Date:9:26 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)

Re: Link for the kids playing at home

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yeah, sorry..

Guess I should have probably given you props for pointing it out to me, also.
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From:macklinr
Date:9:52 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)

Re: Link for the kids playing at home

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I'll be honest, hearing you and Tycho talk about it makes me want to visit.
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From:la_vation
Date:9:28 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)
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I'll take any advice on Berlin, intending to visit next June with the gf. She's fluent in German which doesn't hurt.
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From:lograh
Date:9:52 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)
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alas, I have none to give. My german experiance is limited to Munich.
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From:elentar
Date:14:12 17.Jun.2003 (UTC)
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Munich was awesome. On my trip, I met some great people when I was in Vienna, and by the time I got to Munich I had been offered a spare room in a flat there.

Many people talk about how Germany is not nice, the people are cold and boring and everything is strict (nobody crosses except on crosswalks and with a 'walk' sign, etc). I don't know about the rest, but it's not true of Munich. Munich is also the city with the most immigrant residents, so there are neighborhoods that don't have any traditional Germans living in them at all.

Besides, who could hate a city with a chamber-pot museum?

-Elentar
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