Hotel Schlicker "Zum Goldenen Loewen"
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
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... to Munich. On the ride home we went to Viktualenmarkt to get Vanessa's Christmas tree and walked it home.
For dinner we went to the Augustiner Beer Hall near the Hauptbahnhof, where I had a very delicious pork knuckle with crunchy, crunchy ...
Friday 26th September
It was great leaving work on Thurdsay afternoon knowing that we weren't going back until Tuesday and were heading for one of the most anticipated events of our trip. Our friend Emma came round to stay that night because it was going to be an early one.
The taxi picked us up at 4.15 and we thought it was going to be an easy drive out to Gatwick and get there with plenty of time but the idiot was trying to be clever and miss road ...
... its all in one jar. So we ordered four! When he bought out the desserts he also bought us a slice of brownie..turns out he also mixed up the desserts and there was no brownie in these ones! Just pear and ice cream. The brownie we got was amazing!! Then after all this food and desserts he bought us all a shot of some liqueur each. He was so, so good. Of course we gave him a good tip ;)
Headed back across to the Hostel to see if our room was ready and checked ...
... together a majority of the summer, Johnny and I got along surprisingly well. I guess it was bound to happen, but we got in a little bit of a swearing match over whether or not we should take an unmarked path back from the castle to the city. It was stupid, and it made me feel kind of bad.
Luckily, even though we are both pretty stubborn, we got over it pretty fast and had a nice lunch before setting off ...
The train to Munich from Fussen took 2 hours (no change required this time) and when we came to the main station it was packed - it was after 8pm on a sunday night and the station was packed, everything open and people everywhere. The trains were also busy ! We retrieved our bags and then purchased a 72hour "family" travel card (24.20E) which actually lasts for almost 4 days but go figure. Then it was onto the ...