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... no hold ups with traffic to our hotel. And only cost €16 for a 20 min journey. Feeling more respectful prices already. Ha!! Check in uncomplicated & room lovely despite the area not very pretty & out of city centre. After a late late lunch & Greg having a large Heinekin beer we went for a walk in the sunshine which was lovely. Found a park that had a cemetery within it. (as seen in photos). Photos won't be as ...
... sorrowful. The entryway was closed by a solid set of metal gates, as though locking away that horrible, painful history in the process of preventing vandalism. It was very quiet, very sombre, and gave a very strong impression of defeat and solemnity but with a sense of hope as the younger generation supports the elder in moving forward. It was also reassuring to see a lot of wreaths still left from local commemorations indicating that the residents ...
... I put it down to the rub on the lions nose earlier in the day!
If the man that sold me the ticket is reading this (not sure why he would be); you are a true gent! And if you ever come to watch Gloucester City, I'll sell you a £12 ticket for £10!
So the Allianz Arena, every bit as impressive as it looks! I got inside the ground and found my seat, and the ground was already filling up. The Leverkusen 'Ultras' were in the tier behind me, while the vocal ...
... 8217;s story. It was a gesture that was uncommonly hospitable there and really struck a chord of appreciation.
As we back through Marienplatz on our way to dinner at Hofbrauhaus, we found ourselves witness to a Catholic mass breaking out right in the middle of the square! It was interesting to see, and perhaps more so to hear it in German and attempt to follow along with it. With all the churches ...
... 7am! We stopped once which was nice to stretch because it’s soo difficult to sleep on a bus. When we arrived in Munich the student organization gave us breakfast (juice boxes with chocolate croissants) and then I followed some friends to the festival. I went with Antonio, Trigos, Diana, Laura, Isai, Dasha, Memo, Jessica, Alejandro and Nina. We got to the festival around 8am and we walked to the Hacker-Festzelt tent to wait ...