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So we arrived on site around 3pm, we pitched up and spot another Early Bay, RHD from the UK, amazing, we haven't seen many while over here!!
We were also greeted by rain, when will it ever stop!!??
Anyway, we went in to Munich with no ...
... Mozart, instead of Graz as it was closer. We arrived and soon found some digs, at the Hotel Tunerwirt. Even though it was a long day, we headed out to enjoy a few beers at a local cafe.. It amazes me that, with everything we know now about the harms of smoking, that they allow people to still smoke inside over here. The bar was smoky, but beer was great.We had a chat with the friendly barmaid Laura, who soon joined us and told her life story as well as why she has ...
Today we walked to Weingarten, got on a bus to Ravensburg, then got on the train to go to Munich. It was a 2.25 hour train ride (each way). On the way there, we stopped in Ulm and got on another train to go to Munich. After Ulm, Clara was wide awake from her morning nap and was running up and down the halls of the train. It was challenging to keep her still! Grace was so good and enjoyed looking outside and playing with her dolls she brought along for the ride. ...
... raining and not hot or cold. We headed to a tent, rejecting the outside tables in favour for one inside our German friend,Stepan, found us a table which we had for 40 minutes. We took it, sat down and ordered. The kids were thrilled with their giant sized soft drinks, the runners, Sarah and Ben, were less thrilled with their Radlers (another word for shandy). We had drinks, breadzels and chicken, shortly after we were kicked off the table as the ...
... there were tailgates everywhere - it felt like a football game, except definitely with more beer and a much more relaxed atmosphere. You can instantly tell the people in Bavaria are much more "country" than the people in the North and they are much friendlier and more down to earth. It was awesome hanging around the race and taking it all in.
In the afternoon we walked over to BMW Welt, the huge museum that houses all the ...