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... then made our way to the bus stop. There was little appetite for the return hike. We missed the bus by 2 minutes. So we checked the schedule that didn't seem to bear any resemblance to what was actually happening. It turns out that we had a full 58 minute wait. A 30 minute bus ride took us to the Tutzing bahnhof and we were Munich bound by 4:00.
Now, if the beer hall at the monastery was not enough we decided to head downtown to central Munich and find ...
... will be the plan next time around. I forgot to mention our lunch at Hofbrauhaus, I just had to have the pork knuckle, as did Mary, Deb and Barb. We weren't leaving Munich until we had that pork knuckle. It was delicious and nothing like the pork at home. As the Socceroos were playing that evening Cynthia, Mary and I met up with Dave and a few others at a bar to watch the game. It was an excellent game and the boys didn't disgrace themselves at all. It's just a shame we ...
... going to the Augustiner beer garden to visit one of the biggest beer halls in Munich! (they claim they can seat 7000 people...!)
We also watched a habs game at Max's hotel room, but that ended poorly as they lost to the rangers...goodbye habs and goodbye Max and Ame!
The next day, I was supposed to see my mom in the afternoon, because she was arriving around noon to Munich by train, so I decided to go visit the BMW museum before ...
... About half of the group is heading home while the rest are heading to different destinations in Europe including Spain, Italy, France, and Ireland. It has been a great experience for everyone and although we got to do some sightseeing, it was very educational and everyone has learned a great deal about the different European healthcare systems. Thanks so much for checking into our blog and following along with our adventures! Meagan Tycz and Alex ...
... filled with the most expensive shops! Of course we had to go in and check them out,
including the prices - needed lots of money to buy here but it was interesting
pretending haahaa :)
As we left the City, we went for
a walk along the river. Snow was lying
everywhere so even though it is spring, no flowers were showing. Everyone keeps telling us that this is the
coldest March / April in Europe's history.
However, as we have never ...