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... rode with three Italians on holiday and we really enjoyed this mode of transportation (filled with singing Italian pop music and good conversation).
In Munich, we were fortunate enough to be able to stay with a friend that we met during our travels to Lisbon, Portugal. Bastian and his friends were traveling as well and we got to know them through some hostel activities. Bastian and his roommate Kate ...
... in time, we were herded on the bus to do a quick tour of the city. We ended up going to the same spots on the bus where we had just come from. And we did see the figurines do their thing on the tower at 5 pm. Gord and I then went up in the tower to get a view of the city.
Back to our hotel for our Welcome reception. Gord and I ate chicken wings, baby pizza, salad,tomatoes, cheese...and of course deserts.
We met a lovely girl who was sitting on her own, Monita, from ...
... Then we went to see the Cathedral which was partly under renovation. (As it is with every single European famous historical building you go to). There was also a service going on so we couldn’t really see much of the inside of the Cathedral. We walked out and there was a little artificial pool with Alice in Wonderland type mushrooms in the middle to step on. We bathed our hot feet in the pool and just chilled for a while.
We then finally headed towards the ...
... The famous Glockenspiel at the Rathausturm goes off. A life size cuckoo clock if you will and we had the best seats in the city. Somehow chiming little bells and happy Bavarian dancers make you forget that you are hundreds of feet in the air. Only a one good gust of wind to knock down a tower hundreds of years old. eek. Okay maybe I didn't completely forget that I was terrified.
Then down the stair we went. Much, much easier. I ...
Day 2, officially
So I arrived in Munich on Wednesday - to be greeted by the realisation that my iPhone had either gone walkabouts or had been stolen somewhere between Melbourne and Dubai. Not such an auspicious beginning.
However, I managed to lug my 2 (massively heavy) suitcases, backpack and giant handbag (jam-packed with such heavy items as wooden clog-type shoes) from the airport to the S-bahn to the bus to Candidplatz to Oma's apartment. ...