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... at the hostel bar. And none of us were staying there. We were slightly upset since we thought bought us beer at the beer gardens. Instead, we had to pay for beers in addition to the tour. We were upset at first but we had fun in the end. I met a British PWC accountant and he, Philip, starts in September. We both don't want to start after this trip! We first went to the oldest beer hall in inter-city Munich and we walked deep into the ground where they use to ...
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... watched them surfing from the bridge. Amazing to see, obviously they were all in wetsuits as it was very cold.
Finally headed back to the hotel and organised for a bottle of wine to be sent up to our room. So nice to relax and stop walking! We ate dinner just down the road at a little Italian place called Trattoria Al Boccone - bit tired of German food at that point. Had the most wonderful lasagne along with some garlic pizza bread. Delicious.
... eventually we found a table outside of the Lowenbrau tent and to our surprise the other people on the table were from Australia! So typical. We ordered our first stein and would 'PROST" (cheers in German) almost every 5 minutes. Every now and then someone would stand up on the table and skull at whole stein! My brother had recommended I order and pork knuckle, so that was what I did, and dam Cam, you were right! It was awesome! After another stein and a ...
... Upon arriving we decide the price is too high for the amount of time we have, and sit around the area for a bit - until I learn (when asking about toilet locations at the info desk) that it's free from 4 to 5 pm. Hooray! We only managed to get there a bit after 3.30 anyway, so a free hour is way better than a paid 1.5 hours. The Science Museum is interesting and has loys of cool stuff, much of which I skim due to the time constraint. I linger over ...