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... as a final supper before Luca and Felix headed off to their home town for a Football match. Franzi kindly offered to provide a walking tour of BMW world and the surrounding areas whilst we grabbed a couple of travel items before making our way back to the apartment to pack. Matt was staying with a friend in Munich for the next couple of days and I was starting a long (16hr) journey consisting of two buses to Brussels via Düsseldorf. Munich has been one of the ...
... more recently by a 90 year old man so maybe there’s a chance for me yet.
Next day I set a course for Luzern, which meant tackling the Famous Furkapass at 2434 metres. Caravans are banned from using its corkscrew climb but it didn’t say anything about ice cream vans so off we went and Wym flew up as usual, no problem. Just before the highest point of the pass there’s a hotel and a souvenir shop. The Rhone glacier comes down to that point and they have carved ...
... French, I think it presents more of a challenge than Spanish, which is a language I had in mind for a while!
Liam was great fun to be around, and he was able to translate practically everything I asked him. I also hadn't expected to spend as much time with Benjamin either. He was constantly treating us when we went different places, and we had many interesting conversations on the buses home and in the apartment, as well as the laughs too. When I came home from the Basque ...
... day but still glad we did it.
This takes us now to yesterday when we went to Oktoberfest! To be honest, I wasn’t expecting it to be such a fun day. As you exit the train station, you are immediately walking straight into the fair with loads of rides, food and souvenier stalls and of course, beer tents! We walked into a couple of beer tents earlier on which were quite full but still had some tables free but we decided to walk around the grounds first ...
... at how closely franchises are located in European cities. There are usually three H&M’s, three Zara’s and three Swarovski shops (you get my drift) all on the same street.
We ate our packed lunch near the Christmas markets and had a squiz in the Frauenkirche. It was really beautiful, and up the back there was an unusual footprint on the ground. This black mark, according to legend, was where the devil stood when ...