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... the venue and the city had to offer, and that we did!
The Return Trip:
In a completely simplified and much less stressful version, I will describe to you our journey back to the Emerald Isle from Munich. From beginning to end were 4 parts: Bus from Munich to Frankfurt Main Station, Bus from Frankfurt Main Station to Frankfurt Hahn Airport (*******n you Ryanair), Flight from Frankfurt Hahn to Dublin, Respective buses back to Maynooth ...
Decided to heed Cheryl's suggestion and caught the train to the BMW complex. This vast complex has been home to the BMW factory since 1920 and has four components - the headquarters, the factory, the showroom (called the BMW Welt) and the BMW Museum. The Welt building (cloud-shaped, glass and steel masterpiece with an apparently floating roof structure) is free to visit and is filled with exhibits of ...
... money in our wallets, warm jackets on our backs, packing cubes for our backpacks, facetime, health, hot showers, English – the universal language, trains planes & taxi cabs, home, laughter & love, sunshine, life.
October 15, 2013
Tour day number two; Neuschwanstien castle. We had really been looking forward to visiting the Neuschwanstein Castle (as per Mark’s recommendation, thanks brah! ;) ) and were ...
... is an hour's train ride to the south. So we'll head there first thing in the morning, pick up the car, and go to Chiemsee. There are a few other things to see in the area but we're not sure how many others we can squeeze in.
Now that we know the trains are running to Vienna, we bought tickets for Sunday from Munich to Vienna, so we needed a place to stay. Chris also found a really nice-sounding hotel in Vienna, the Palais Hansen ...
... br> This is one aspect of the NZ culture I am very proud of - not only are we friendly - I believe we are brought up a lot better to consider others and remember our manners and common courtesies. Certainly far more evident in NZ than everywhere in Europe - down to simple things of letting others past you, apologising if you bump, giving up your seat for senior, or infirm etc. Please, thank you, sorry and excuse me and smiling!
Despite our ...