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2011: Munich II

We awoke and boarded the bus for a city tour of Munich with our local guide. We swung by museums and squares and got a very good overview of the city's history and beauty. We got off the bus and headed to the city center: Marienplatz, where the beautifu City Hall stands (and holds the famous Glockenspiel). We also went into the cathedral which had pictures of its destruction at the end of the war - although both of its towers remained intact.

We than had free time for lunch - and, of course, shopping - before meeting up again to board the bus. The bus took us to Dachau, site of the first Nazi Concentration Camp. Not sure any of us can describe the experience in words. This visit ended with Fr. Kevin offering Mass in the Chapel on site.


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