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... with the swings which are a classic and no surprises there. After all that excitement it was time to get dinner so naturally I went for something chocolate. Erin and I got chocolate crepes. Then we decided to go to another tent and we stood in this huge crowd of people at Schottenhamel which would normally take 2 hours to wait in but we made friends with some people who were being let in and they let us go in with them. Once we got in we sat with some German men who were ...
... and far from the German/Nazi straight architecture.
We walked over to a coffee cart and enjoyed some caffeine before we carried on walking the area. We walked in to the large Olympic swimming area and watched some people swim and dive.
The we walked over towards Sea Life, because I wanted to go in. It was 17 euro, so we decided it wasn't worth it. I've been to an aquarium before, I'll save my money. We headed toward BMW and passed a mini-put that we were going ...
... hair nets and put in ear plugs to see where the action took place. My imagination couldn't be further away from the truth. We merely saw the outside of the factory and office building which looked just like any other industrial site. They didn't even use Swarovski's signature royal blue on the buildings!
The tour took place in the Kristallwelten museum and garden which displayed artworks various artists created in ...
... tour we walked over to the Marienbrücke for a different view of the castle. The narrow bridge was jammed with people, so we stayed only long enough to get our pictures. We had a fun walk down to the town and a little bit of free time for shopping and food. Other groups on our bus have a problem with punctuality which does affect us, as we ended up waiting 15 minutes for a few people. I'm happy to say our kids and our group are never ...
... The highlight for Nicholas was having his lunch! From the park we caught the train back into the centre of the city to meet Thomas' university friend, Sven and his girlfriend Valerie. We had a lovely lunch over a bier or two with Benjamin trying his first Kartoffel Knöddel in Bratensauce. He wasn't so much of a fan, but I loved it. Sorry no photos this time. Promise things will get more interesting! ...