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Finally rolled out of bed round 10:30, life's tough but someone's got to do it! Went down for our final breaky and thought about what to do with the short amount of time we had left in Spain? We didn't come up with anything that wouldn't take all day, so we just walked around the streets near where we stayed and enjoyed the atmosphere instead. We had a look in a few clothing shops and decided to venture back to ...
... judged us accordingly but because phil speaks with an American accent with his English they probably just wrote us of as tourists. We got back and put Phil to bed ordered ourselves a pizza and sat around the table eating. Agi was no where to be seen and she made her way in at about 1 ish.
The next morning Phil wasn’t feeling as bad as we expected but we made sure it was going to be a cruisey day. We woke up late and slowly got ready to head to the best beer garden in ...
... We stop for lunch a few hours down the track in a little town .. I forget the name but the sound of music was filmed here. It's very picturesque with mountains and a lake and so on. Back on the coach and we arrive in Munich around 6. Our plan for the night was to have a quick look in the main square and then proceed directly to the hofbrähhaus, a nearby beer hall. And an awesome one for that. We had pork knucklebone with crackling ...
front. Oddly enough a lot of the old buildings throughout the city
were a pink colour.
After my short visit with Christina it was time to head back to my friends in Munich, and after another long bus ride I'd arrived.....But alas, they had already headed out, but thankfully Ian had waited for me to arrive. Love that kid!! We went to the Hofbrauhaus to catch up with ...
As we got to Munich it rained off and on. We found a place to park, put on our rain jackets and went on our way. We walked to the Englisher Gardens to eat lunch in the beer garden with the Chinese Pagoda, but alas, there was only one stand open for food. They had only 3 wieners warmed and no bread. We bought 2 and walked back to the square.
At the square we sat down at an outdoor restaurant with a view of the square. The rain started ...