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... the bombings. It was very majestic; gold everywhere. After that and lunch it was time for the 2 pm walking tour. We visited the Glockenspiel, the Hofbräuhaus (world's most famous beer hall), the frauenkirche, and lots more. During the tour I met two fellow Bostonians! The girl, Lena, even happened to be Greek. What're the odds of that?! We decided to grab dinner and a beer along with a sweet girl from New Zealand that we met as well. It was definitely a nice change from ...
... between Munich and Verona (Italy). It is internationally renowned for winter sports and hosted the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics as well and the 1984 and 1988 Winter Paralympics. It also hosted the first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012. The word bruck comes from the same root as the modern German word "Brücke" meaning "bridge" which leads to "the bridge over the Inn". We spent a couple of hours in the town visiting ...
... 30 minute walk but very easy.
We spent 4 hours wondering around the Museum, pressing all the interactives and taking in the information displayed. This is such an amazing Museum.
Soph and l walked back to meet Phil at the beer garden which is at the market. As the weather was warm for this time of year, it was very busy. Found a seat amongst the locals who were consuming either a half litre or ...
... bier before we left for Scwabing and the Georganer Hof for supper. We sat outside first and had a great Beet Soup, I had a beef travel spitz with potatoes and And W had Wiener Schnitzel....both very good. then the clouds came in and just after we found a table inside it started to pour. So after coffee we took a cab back to Sonia's and packed This morning we were up @6:00 and drove the rental car back to the Hauptbahnhof where we had a coffee ...
... to say we were not brave enough to attempt it. At the first tent we made friends with another German couple and the guys friend and two guys from Venice who knew of several of our favorite spots from last summer. Julia and I also split a duck which was amazing.
After that we headed to the Schottenhamel tent and sat outside with a British girl my age who was a teacher and her German boyfriend as well as a few people from Holland. The teacher was so ...