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My Dad has a friend that lives in Munich, so we drove there for the day. We went to the Milka shop, there was so much chocolate and Tom and I got a show bag. We still haven't finished eating all the chocolate yet.
We ate really yummy sausages in a Bavarian style restaurant. We also drank apple cider, it was soooo good!
In Munich we saw very old buildings. There was one building where ...
... that eastern Europe would be a due a closer look hopefully in the near future. As predicted we got a bit of ice so down we went to 8000’. This put us just below the clouds and we were quite happy with that. Still, we couldn’t get away from the winds and they kept picking up speed. By the time we were over Austria, we had up to 50 knots right at us! Unbelievably, these were the strongest headwinds we’d faced all trip. At ...
... There were a lot more people around but we still didnt have to line up for anything. Rides were half price because it was 'family day' (at a beer festival). Then we found the tent Gee had said she'd be at, and found it was very full and rowdy! Luckily we got a table up the back and ordered some more beer. After a while we got a better spot right in the middle of the fun. Elle found Natan and Rob and I ran into Jedd from Contiki. The Oompah band was playing all sorts of music, ...
... we went to the tents that were recommended as being less touristy. They were still busy, but busy with locals and not the crazy drink-until-you-pass-out young tourists.
· Use the side entrances
o We entered the tents through the side entrances to try to see beyond the crowd standing at the primary entrance. If there was any available ...
... which seem to have more loose, fantastical brushstrokes and more emphasised features bordering on caricature than paintings in other countries at the same time period. There are also many French and Italian paintings, and a Da Vinci (apparently his first). It's a nice museum and the free audio-guide is great, I learn a bit and have an easier time staying focussed on the paintings with it telling me what to look at. I have ...