Caught the U4-Bahn into Odeonplatz:
That was a mirror image. Up the escalator, the typical buildings that tell you, yes, this must be Europe
This is an award-winning restaurant:
I started with beer, white wine and bread:
Are you concerned about possible $10/gallon gasoline, Peak Oil and Global Warming? What about terrorism and the war in the Middle East? Can crime be reduced? What are the prospects for eternal life and a better educational system? Are the solutions to these issues beaming in from extraterrestrials in outer space? Or is God the answer? But what if there is no afterlife, why not live in the best place on Earth? SIMPLE SOLUTIONS are provided to all the above, and more.
I've long intimated that Europe was a basket case. Add the immigration/terrorism problem and what to do about Russia, and you wonder how things seem to be normal, if not vibrant, in Munich.
Munich is exactly 12 hours ahead of Hawaii and 6 hours compared to New York City. When I get to DC, I will have cut the time difference by half, then on my final stop, San Francisco, again in half. On the other hand, after the seven time difference between Seoul and Munich, I feel normal already.