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... dressed as a bright orange puffer man, is standing with a small red circle sign implying we stop, now! He indicates the road is closed and we must turn around and go back. Then laughs. Bloody Tom-tom
Some liberty is taken and we get some directions and compromises are made. The next 4 hours are the most stunning driving we have ever done. Going back up through the Swiss Alps via St Moritz then back in to Italy. ...
Munich marked my first "out of Austria" trip of my 5 months here!
Though I was very sad that they didn't check or stamp my passport to prove it!
When we arrived in Munich we checked into our hotel and began exploring the city! We went to three different churches including St. Peter's Church. We climbed to the top of this church (a tiny stairwell that seemed to go on forever, even val was tired!!) but the view from the top was definitely ...
We then went back to the hostel and went to the hostel bar, where I continued my beer challenge with a Franziskaner, a white German beer.
I got back to the room and got a message from Lea, the girl I had met in Dresden. She invited me to the dormitory party at her uni. I set off, convinced that I would get lost as the bar was in the basement of a university halls block and not advertised. Miraculously, I found it no trouble! The good news was beer was just ...
... the work of some of the great Italian Renaissance masters at the Alte.) At the Neue we were treated to massive sized galleries, including some amazing works by Manet, Monet and Van Gogh. With these works being toward the end of the galleries it was a shame I didn’t start backwards so I could spend more time there, but since we already were nearly three hours in we had to eat and move on.
We ate ...
... were butchers from northern Germany. (The owner brought his apprentice Sebastian and two of his top guys with him.) So with that, we began an afternoon of celebrating Octoberfest. The band played and people sang. Men and Women stood on tables and tried to chug the entire stein of beer. Huge applause if you succeeded. Huge boos if you failed.
By about 2:30 Cheryl and I finished our steins and intended to head out to the old part of Octoberfest (at the far end of the ...