Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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... city, so prime location! At 5pm we walked back to the town hall, as there was bells and figurines circling at the top of the clock tower which was pretty cool to see, apparently this is a must see in Munich! We then walked and went and had some dinner at a nice little local restaurant, which wasn't too expensive. And then had a few drinks to follow, sitting outside enjoying the sun while it lasted. We then walked to the hofbräuhaus which was awesome! Fully ...
... there waiting. What wonderful service! Here in Melbourne, if the bus drivers see a train coming they quickly take off – no wonder we never use public transport here. The bus then took about ten or fifteen minutes to reach the Camp.
We went first to the Visitor's Centre and decided that we would use audio guides rather than join a guided tour. We then set off with our audio guides and provided maps in hand. It was actually a ...
A month ago, I wrote my first blog post that detailed my looming trip to Germany, which would act as the culmination of my student teaching semester and my university experience itself. I talked about my fears of leaving my family for such a long time, and then ended with a measure of confidence about my trip. To be honest, that was probably more bluster than truth, but I needed a little bluster around that time. ...
... portraits we ate our first meal, specific to the Black Forest: schwarzwalder schaufele (Smoked pork shoulder with potatoes) and Wurstsalat (shredded luncheon in vinaigrette). In another restaurant, with less vaginas staring at us, we enjoyed a Black Forest cake, although it was frozen and in an Italian restaurant. It's called that because of the specialty liquor from that region, known as Schwarzwälder Kirsch(wasser) and it is distilled from tart cherries. In Germany if it doesn't ...
... against the wall that had blood all down it, the bouncers had bashed him. We didn't know what to do. Lucky he was ok, a broken nose and he spent the night in hospital.
We met Shooters new best mate Ben, and his girlfriend Jade, as well as a couple of other girls he and Kieran met in their travels.
We got a free shuttle bus back to camp and went straight to bed. It's been so cold of a night, and it was raining all day ...