Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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Moving further east, we got up this morning and headed for other lands. It was another early morning departure for another bus ride,but we knew that this time the ride would be shorter and we would have longer stops. Our first stop was still in Switzerland where we had to stop for the bus driver to take a 15 minute break. The rest area was …
... and the scenery from across the lake was mountains with peaks that were wrapped with clouds. She showed me her old language school and some of her favorite spots. What she really wanted to do with me was take a bike ride in the woods but the day was cold and called for rain. After walking along the lake for a while, we headed to the train station to go to another suburb just outside of Munich called Herrsching. From the station we attempted to find the
brewery in Andech’s ...
... tried and loved the Milka eggs so much I decided to get a few more of those (to share of course) and then save a spot in line. There was no line yesterday, but today there were two lines each stretching the length of the store. When we had our goods we walked back out to our bikes to bike back to the hostel and drop our stuff off, only to discover it was raining outside. The bike ride back to the hostel wasn't too bad (much quicker than walking) but a little colder and ...
... they came from some Ukrainian gang with the skull and brotherhood tattoos they had on their necks and heads. We finally got into a line and waited an hour and a half for the doors to open. Turned out they put us into a line to go onto the second floor balcony instead of the main floor, and wouldn't let us go down stairs. We decided to accept it knowing that we probably wouldn't get back in at all if we left. We were lucky enough to get a table and soon after a group ...
... with their instruments who by the sound of it were touring Germany. Easy to get the bikes on the train here so off we go, called Sarah to book the train she found with our card as the same card had to be put in the machine at Ulm to get the tickets, hope it's not too complicated as we didn't have long between trains. Schaffhausen to Ulm took 2 hours and we arrived at 19.52 & as I thought we only had 20 mins rushed down to find the machine, luckily Ulm is a major station ...