Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying
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... and try out some tricks. We walked around the park for a while before heading out to meet Jason's cousin Ashli who has been living in Munich for about five years. The four of us headed to Tollwood festival where we had a litre of beer and walked around seeing food from all over the world and kiosks selling all sorts of things. Tollwood was set up at Olympic Park, which is a really interesting place itself and looks quite modern, though the Olympics were ...
... the rest of the night, meeting dozens of other people, drinking many beers, playing pool etc. Nim and everyone wanted to go to a strip club with the Californians but we ended up just wandering around the area for hours on end, and stayed in a small bar for a few hours when we were meant to be there for one drink. We returned to the dorm and are about to go to bed, and Phillip is hanging out here and all the girls love him. Love you the most of all, ...
... something similar to The Joker. I'm not ruling out any possibilities. Horse teeth forever. To be completely honest, I don't know much about Salzburg so I didn't know how big salt mines were here. Salt is to Salzburg as coal is to Nanaimo. Salzburg literally translates to 'Salt Castle'. How neat! On our tour, we also learned that Salzburg wasn't even a part of Austria until the 1800's. It's so cool to hear about the local facts that you wouldn't normally set ...
... the years in attempts to make it warmer and easier to heat. I am now going to do a shameless plug for a restaurant where we had dinner whilst staying in Blois. We had eaten one night at the hotel (food tasty, poor ordering and expensive) so we wanted to find somewhere else to eat and Nick had a yen for Pizza. We found a Pizzeria about 1km from our hotel and decided to go there for dinner – but it was CLOSED!!!
On turning around, we noticed a ...
... it. We started on the ground level with the metal cutting and wielding together of the body. There are numerous machines that carry out these processes which are quite remarkable in themselves (I’d hate to think how much they cost). This allows each piece to be cut at exactly the right size which is obviously important. We then proceeded around the factory to see the machine change from the station wagon to the coupe which was quite amazing. There are ...