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Guten tag friends! I am currently eating an apple strudel that I bought from a little shop on the streets of Munich. I arrived last night after a whirl wind of a last day in London. My time in the UK is officially over; the closest that I'll get to it again is perhaps on my way back home if we fly over it. I have said in previous blogs that London has grown on me. It became my home away from home despite the lumpy mattress with the spring that always poked me, wobbly ...
... dolled up. We headed down for breaky at just after 6 and lined our stomachs with toast and ham and coco pops and even honey puffs.
True to their word the bus left just after 6.30 and we arrived at the Oktoberfest at around 7. The place was pretty dead apart from a slow trickle of people trying to get to the halls early *(like us) and the people setting up for the day. It was quite impressive, the grounds are massive and covered in Beer Halls and rides and ...
... the afternoon came to an end all too quickly. When Cheryl and I insisted we had to leave, we found our steins being filled with beer from the Butcher Boys. Finally at 6:00 we said we had to go. Fortunately, the Butcher Boys were also leaving to catch their 7:30 train back to the north.
We said our goodbyes complete with European check kisses, wandered out of the Hofbrau Hall with the band still playing and into the warm sun. It had been an absolute blast! I could not have written a better ...
... but we manage to escape the worst of the showers. Later on we venture out to meet Kerstin, Tommy and the children for supper at their local Italian restaurant. On Saturday we have a gentle morning... more of the same for breakfast. Then Hilli catches up with her crochet projects while Guy fritters time away with chess moves, checking the weather forecast (his latest obsession, along with looking at the road maps on the ...
I have never been to Germany unlike Wendy who visited here with band-camp back in her younger days. So as we headed into Munich Hauptbahnhof from Vienna, I had no idea what to expect. It is a modern European city, that sees us back in the "west" for the first time since leaving Perth. By the "west", I mean expensive living. Since leaving Perth back in early May, we have been through countries where the cost of living is very much lower than it is here in Europe. And Germany sure ...