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... for an hour to indulge in Emma's favourite sport! We spent some time in the biggest sports shop we've ever seen and I even managed a small purchase at the Swarovski shop.
We sampled some sweet delights at a Bakery, the royal frucht kuchen was delicious, kind of like a custard square but a million times tastier with a nut and toffee topping - yum!! Then we climbed the 308 stairs to the top of the Tower at St Peters Church to awesome views ...
Well today we decided to just explore the city as I'm pretty sure going 2 days in a row to Oktoberfest would be a totally bad idea! We had a nice sleep in and made our way into town.We didn't really have any plans of what we wanted to do, so we just played it by air. Of course we did come across the local parade for Oktoberfest which was making it's way through the city to the Oktoberfest grounds. This was a pretty cool parade, it involved so many people as it is ...
... had to rush through the shop to get to lunch so no damage was done. Then we arrived in Munich and it was time for our third meal in our third country! We got dropped off near the old town and walked to Hofbräuhaus for steins and pork knuckles. Dinner was so good and some of us girls got Radlers which is beer and lemonade cause there's no way I could get down a whole litre of full beer. Anyway ast and I left early to try and find ...
... kölsch. It was so good we ate there two nights in a row. Dad you would have loved it here! First night I had a platte, so a selection of a few things. This included pickled pork, pork belly, liver balls, black pudding, sour kraut and mashed potato. Yum! The second night I had a schnitzel which was also yum! On the 3rd of July I caught a train to Munich. It was quite a warm day with a top of 30 degrees so I was pleased to see my hostel was just across ...
... piece depicts the various colored triangles each of the prisoners had to wear. The color indicated the criteria that "justified" their imprisonment. This metal structure depicts humans laying horizontally and vertical structures which held the barbed wire.
Next a visit to Hofbraughhaus, the oldest beer hall in the world is . ...