Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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... me to fix his braces because the back one wasn't in the middle. I stood there trying to figure out how it worked for a good 5 minutes before we were ready to go. At the hostel Justin met up with one of his friends Michael mad we got on the wifi again, Justin deciding he was just going to book his flight to Amsterdam even tho it was a little more expensive then the night train! It turned out quite a bit more expensive because of some stupid booking fees which ...
After what I thought would be a good nights sleep I rustled awake like a drowned rat. I think it was water but I can't be sure, either way it was everywhere. The tent was like a woman's handbag after the night before. I found Nutella on the back of my hand. Not all bad. Stefan dragged me out of my tent by the end of my sleeping bag like a slug. Suffice to say I was up. We made the trek to breakfast and prepared our bodies and minds for Round 2. Today we would ...
... palace, the Schloss Nymphenburg.
We joined in with the small band of locals who were present to enjoy a beer and some German food whilst watching FC Bayern Munich play Dortmund FC on the big screen TV.
Unfortunately Munich lost 2-0 away in the German ...
... slip under. This woman then made sure each and everyone of us got into the Hofbrauhaus tent! Yes, we made it!
Now we just needed to score a seat to get a beer...the four of us went up one isle and down another...finally settling into the area that had tall tables you stood by. Luck would have it that we chose a table to "sneak" on to that had 6 New Zealand/Australian young men and women. We had a hoot! They were very nice, and before ...
... roast pork knuckle (schweinshaxe) and a litre of beer. The pork knuckle was massive. It took me a while to get through it all, but I prevailed. I needed to walk my dinner off so I kept walking through the gardens as far as the lake at the northern end. From there I cut back to the streets and walked all the way down Leopoldstr. It was a big street with lots of cafes and bars and the university is nearby. Back ...