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... ourselves out of our bed and into the street for a relaxing day of exploring the city, starting with some lazy reading in the sprawling green of the Englishergarten, Europe's largest urban park, larger even than those of London and New York. However, upon leaving the flat, we found that the overcast threatened rain. Our plan was ruined. Or what is? As we walked down the street, we came across a cafe that, for 20 Euros each, we could enjoy an expansive all-you-can-eat brunch and ...
... around admiring the views of the city. The fortress was never used to defend the city. Walked through an old cemetery then visited the musical theater complex that seats over 5000 people. Walked back through town and caught the bus to the station. Bought a cheese sandwich to tide us over on the 2 hour train ride back to Munich. We left at 5:12 PM and arrived at 7:10. The train was packed because there is a festival in ...
How to start a full day of driving? Take a wrong turn!
I did, but I realised almost immediately, so pulled into a petrol station, filled up the Katana looked at the map again, trying to memorise some of the highway numbers I had to aim for to get to the Stelvio Pass.
I did have to backtrack twice but once I found the ring-road I was away. South.
The traffic wasn't too bad ...
... Luisa, too. I had met Luisa in Versailles in June, and we also met up for a drink last time I was in Munich, in July. She had invited me to stay with her family in Munich, and they had even saved a spot for me on the table they reserve each year at one of the beer tents. The reservation was for the Friday, and it looked like I was going to struggle to make it. So, after swearing a lot under my breath and cursing my stupidity, I jumped on the Hilton Hotel's wifi and tried to ...
... the guy I met in Melbourne!
I knew it before that, but this confirmed it.
As soon as he said that, I just said "Melbourne".
And this is the reaction I got to that comment:
"Oh no way...Lisa!" (Also, very chuffed that even remembered my name. On the spot too!)
And here began THE most random and one of the most treasured catchups of my trip so far.
It wasn't long, but it was there. I actually pinched ...