BEST WESTERN Aparthotel Munchen
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... I was planning to be in their part of Europe a year later they very kindly invited me to stay, and so the 'touch down- figure out city transport- try and get over the jet lag in a backpacker dorm' routine that kicks off many of my trips, was replaced with the luxury of being met at the airport, and taken back to a cosy home with a log fire taking care of the cold, a big fluffy duvet on a comfy bed, a hot shower in a bathroom with ...
... I had a sore arm from just raising my own stein to my own mouth all day and those crazy ladies carry up to twelve of them at a time! Some of them wear wrist supports to help with the strain. They spend all day going in and out of the halls, pushing through drunk people, carrying arms full of steins or trays full of food and if you get in their way, they will barge you out of it!
Three days was plenty enough in the beer halls, ...
So we had a nice start to the day, I slept in while gaza decided to go for a run to the beach. Expect he ran a little further than planned - 6km in total! So he was pretty hungry by the time he got back. We showered and headed out to the cafe round the corner with the beautiful Iberian ham sandwiches. We picked up an extra one for our host Jose as we forgot to ask if he wanted one. We sat and chatted over coffee until it was time to get a taxi to the airport.Next stop is Munich!
... crowds all around them within touching distance cheering when they pull off a spectacular move.
As we strolled further into the park we came across a beer garden. As the saying goes, when in Rome (or Munich)… we got two of the head-sized pretzels and a 1L stein of beer. That’s right - one litre. It hurt my arm just lifting it to my lips! So good! Needless to say, the subsequent hour of walking was a little slow and zig-zagging.
I just got back yesterday from Munich, but I'm still feeling a little bewildered. In the space of two to three days, I’ve been in three countries, and had several spates of airplane drama, although I’ll write about that in another blog entry, since it reminded me of a couple of things that bear reiterating.
When I realized I’d be interning in Europe in the autumn, I knew almost immediately that I wanted to try and ...