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Traveling doesn't just involve planes, trains and automobiles, despite the fact Barbara, standing in Munich's famous city square, or marienplatz, first introduces this city as a place known for its BMWs, Mercedes, Volkswagens and speed limitless highways (autobahns). In Munich, Get outta town is transformed into "get around town" as Barbara has 20 places she wants to see in this Bavarian city but she only has one day to see them all! She enlists co-host Kris, along with a number of different modes of transportation, to help her see the sites as fast, and as fun, as possible.
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Title from title screen (viewed on Aug. 27, 2008).
Barbara Mamabolo, host.
Originally broadcast as a segment of the television series Get outta town.
Also available as DVD.
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