Dolce Munchen Unterschleissheim
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... and although it did not look appetizing, it was very good! Afterwards we rode the metro and met up with some locals and went to a student festival! Live bands (ska, rock, pop), food and beer! It was a very cool atmosphere and they had this dark beer that tasted like liquid candy. Dangerous if you don't know your limit haha. I'll have to find out the name of that beer. After dancing and laughing the night away we rode the metro ...
... Brendan and Lauren xx 21 September Expectedly, there was not a lot of sleep last night with all of the noise going on around us, but as we had taken it easy on the beers, we had our game faces on for the opening day of Oktoberfest. The morning started off fairly cold, but as the girls were wearing much less than us, Jake and I could not complain too much. Donning the Lederhosen was a special moment and I could see how this clothing had become popular, so comfortable and ...
Had to wake up pretty early to get the
train to Muenchen. Steph and I had had a small fight the night before
about me not planning, and that cloud of frustration hung over the
morning's proceedings. It wasn't until we arrived in Muenchen that we
cleared things up. Steph skyped her parents for around two hours and
then we headed ...
... nice traditional Bavarian doughnut thing for dessert and took the leftovers of it for the train the next day.
Back at the hotel crisis struck. Mum lost her phone. D: They even called the beer garden but they said to call back in the morning for lost and found. Our train to Paris was at around 9am which would mean it would be difficult to pick it up if they did have it. Some of us didn't sleep so well tonight. :/
... a strange urge to listen to rap music. The people there were all very nice and quiet, which was nice, but needless to say I felt perfectly absurd as the kind skirt-to-heels woman showed me how to work the special "night key", which required a 30 euro deposit after curfew, on my way over to the bars. Earlier that evening, I had gone to an open opera on the Marienplatz, or Marien Plaza. It amazes me how beautiful, cultured, and ...