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There were 4 teams originally designated for "access" to play in Germany, Bucs, Chiefs, Panthers and Patriots. Bucs have 9 "home" games on their schedule for this year with 2 of them against the Chiefs and Panthers. I would think one of those games would be the most logical, but we are dealing with the NFL, so who knows?

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2 hours ago, AmishBengalFan said:

BTW, not that anyone ever uses the search function, but there are a lot of discussions about the 2022 International games in another thread.  Jus' saying, ya dummkopfs.

"Was?! Perhaps you would like a visit to the Russian Front?"

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Personally, if we go overseas I am hoping for London again rather than Munich, but it's based more on personal reasons.  I -did- do a search on "things to do" for visitors to Munich and came up with these from a site owned by TripAdvisor:

 

1. Neuschwanstein Castle

2. Neuschwanstein Castle

3. Neuschwanstein Castle (I shit you not)

4. Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich by Train

5. Salzburg Sightseeing Small-Group Day Tour from Munich by Rail

6. Bavarian Beer and Food Evening Tour in Munich

7. Hitler and the Third Reich Munich Walking Tour

8. Neuschwanstein Castle (again)

9. Berchtesgaden Town and Eagle's Nest Day Tour from Munich

10. Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Private Tour from Munich by Train

 

https://www.viator.com/Munich-tourism/d487-r1114451657-s41495073

 

So it's the fairytale mountain castle, Hitler, Death camps, and beer.  Or (#5) a trip somewhere else.  Not exactly filling me with enthusiasm.  I suppose one could go to the former Olympic Games site - where the Israeli team was murdered.

 

I'm back to hoping for a game against the Saints at Tottenham.

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I can think of a few different things to do in Munich.  If anyone honestly needs ideas, hit me up anytime.

 

Very easy: check out Rick Steves' free audio guide (android/iOS app). 

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10 minutes ago, CincyInDC said:

I can think of a few different things to do in Munich.  If anyone honestly needs ideas, hit me up anytime.

 

Very easy: check out Rick Steves' free audio guide (android/iOS app). 

Let's wait the two weeks to see if we have to deal with this issue or not.  :)

 

Bengals über alles.

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4 hours ago, AmishBengalFan said:

Personally, if we go overseas I am hoping for London again rather than Munich, but it's based more on personal reasons.  I -did- do a search on "things to do" for visitors to Munich and came up with these from a site owned by TripAdvisor:

 

1. Neuschwanstein Castle

2. Neuschwanstein Castle

3. Neuschwanstein Castle (I shit you not)

4. Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich by Train

5. Salzburg Sightseeing Small-Group Day Tour from Munich by Rail

6. Bavarian Beer and Food Evening Tour in Munich

7. Hitler and the Third Reich Munich Walking Tour

8. Neuschwanstein Castle (again)

9. Berchtesgaden Town and Eagle's Nest Day Tour from Munich

10. Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Private Tour from Munich by Train

 

https://www.viator.com/Munich-tourism/d487-r1114451657-s41495073

 

So it's the fairytale mountain castle, Hitler, Death camps, and beer.  Or (#5) a trip somewhere else.  Not exactly filling me with enthusiasm.  I suppose one could go to the former Olympic Games site - where the Israeli team was murdered.

 

I'm back to hoping for a game against the Saints at Tottenham.

 

Your list isn't very good

 

4. Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site Tour from Munich by Train:  is no joke, you won't be the same after experiencing it.

Hierenchiemsee Scholss is on the way to Salzburg. Sorry but if you haven't been to a European Castle, then you just don't get it. 15-18th century mad money.

Innsbruck is about as far away and wholly worth the trip

BMW Welt aka  museum

Garmisch-Partenkirchen   https://olympics.com/en/olympic-games/garmisch-partenkirchen-1936

And only the holy grail of Oktoberfests:  https://www.oktoberfest.de/en

 

So whereas I usually find your posts very informative and knowledge based, that seemed absent here. Either you or TripAdvisor are just bad.

  Yes, I'm being a douchebag, and I've been drinking but ... 

 

 

 

 

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