Belle Blue Hotel
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Check in was a breeze at LAS with PreCheck. Bought a sandwich for lunch on the plane and some mini Cinnabons for breakfast. Our 9 AM flight for Philadelphia took off on time. We took advantage of priority boarding which was nice since we carried on our luggage. Arrived in Philly at 5 PM (a little late). Boarded our Munich flight at 6 PM and took …
... a Mexican restaurant with his mother and two of his friends after which we went back home and cut the cake that rach had made for him.
The next morning we were up bright and early to get in to the tents as they opened. The day started at 7 30 when we got up and gave Phil his presents as it was his birthday. We then rushed off the grounds and met up with some of his friends outside the tents waiting in line to get in. the number of people swelled ridiculously a the minutes ...
... br> After the long plane rides we finally arrived in Munich Germany, we struggled
with the different ways of driving with everything being on the left side and
got lost on the way to the hotel many times, looking outside Munich we saw the
building designs of Munich, homes were tall six
story buildings which contained several flats, brightly coloured
throughout the city. No homes were by themselves with a backyard like the ones
we have back in Australia, the only ...
... lockers to keep their belongings. At this point, the kids were tired and ready to be done. We went back to the cafe to eat a treat and wait to meet Grandpa. We headed back to Munich to enjoy a nice dinner after a long day. We took the train to Marienplatz, which is the city center. The first thing you see is the beautiful new town hall, which has the glockenspiel. It is surrounded by beautiful buildings, shops, and eateries. We walked around a bit. In the center, we ...
... and other distinguished people arrived bang on time, to roars and cheering and a now fever-pitch rabble of mostly Kiwi/Aussies ready to drink a lot of beer. It was great being here knowing this festival has gone on for hundreds of years, with our own parents, uncles, aunties, friends etc.. having experienced this also, almost like a rite of passage. The MC began his speech in German, along with the band starting up traditional songs which we all cheered to and pretended ...