Hotel Arena Stadt Muenchen
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... to another evening of jocularity and broken English. ..!
Today we wandered into St Ludwig 's church only to find ourselves in the midst of a glorious organ concert - lovely. Off to finish the Residenz treasury and Cuvillies theater and later tonight tickets to Onegin at the National Theater.....it's been a full few days!
We are hanging our hats up in Nice on Monday and perhaps a days rest. Keep well !!
... De Halve Maan (half moon) is now one of the only breweries left in the town proper of Bruges, and has had to build up as a result, two of the fermentation tanks are up on the roof. It produces two types of beer, we sampled the Bruges zot blond, a light ale. The tour taught us the importance of pouring your beer out of its original container (to let the CO2 escape - prevents headache), and the history of particular beer glasses for each beer. It turns ...
With such a jam-packed weekend, we didn’t get to explore around Munich and experience much of a regular-day culture. Luckily, the passes that we bought to use the EUrail train were 4-time passes, as long as they are use within two months. So we will head back to Germany on a free weekend, most likely to Berlin, and see more of their everyday life.
We will arrive back in Copenhagen at about 1am tonight, and will be there ...
... no hair, and as I have a friend at home with little hair that I missed, I used this poor man's head as my refuge from missing said friend (Bill, I can't wait till we're here together, and I'm sure poor old European man can't wait either). In short, there was a lot of head rubbing going on! Poor man. All too soon, but really perfectly timed because I was fairly drunk, we decided to head off. Actually I think we did it so we could go on rides drunk. I know I wanted to, much more ...
... planetarium etc. It was impossible for us to see the lot so had to be selective in what we chose. Marine navigation was the first with both models and real-life sailing boats, steam and diesel vessels from early canoes to grand sailing ships. Also the first U-1 submarine from 1906 was here too (the real one!). Then on to aeronautics where displays covered the most basic airborne flights , ...