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... and delicious meal. We had some more beer and a hearty traditional German meal. When we left we ran into some other kiwis who told us where we could watch the up coming All Blacks game. So we headed to a small pub call Ned Kelly's. The game was surely on and we didn't end up doing too badly. We did have a second/third string side playing. We ended winning 58-14. Good on you boys. We headed home after the win for a much needed ...
... been to Tomorrowland where they will put up a new tent for you in 5 minutes if yours breaks to this Octoberfest campsite where they reuse tents, mattresses and air beds. Even worse than that, not only do they reuse the stuff every night of octoberfest, they also use it at multiple festivals around Europe. The showers were filthy, the toilets were worse and the supplied food was atrocious. That aside, there were some interesting people to talk to and it was easy to get to ...
... trying to capture every moment. When we walked back down to where Eagle's Nest was we decided to grab a drink. After we shared a nice Radlar beer together we headed back down the elevator to grab some lunch and then walk around the bunker. The underground bunker is below the mountain. It was built as an air raid shelter, war headquarters and a last refuge for the leaders. Now the bunker is a WWII memorial.
We spent my Dad's last ...
... which has thousands of tributes to the star, including fresh flowers that are still placed there every day by adoring fans from around the world! </li></ul> ;After our tour, we headed back to the hotel to find some gloves, scarves, beanies & warmer jackets as we didn't realise it was SO COLD! Next, we headed back into town to find a nice warm museum/palace to spend some time in ... but alas, there was some event on so we couldn't go in. ...
... lager beers that are virtually
ubiquitous throughout most of the world (a
global scourge in Dan’s beer snob book).
Lori managed to find a few bottles of wine at our local
convenience store; it is amazing how good even Mondavi wine tastes when one’s
choices are very limited. Just before we left, however, we visited a much
larger grocery store that had a huge assortment of wines from around the world.
Much of it was clearly aimed at a ...