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We arrived in Munich and headed straight to a beer hall! Hofbrauhaus! I didn't know what to expect but I couldn't believe how big it was, and the chaos that was happening. You just find an open table and sit down and watch hundreds of people coming in and out and drinking beer. It's pretty amazing. We went with a few friends; Matt, Madeleine, Sophie and Shaun. Geoff got a pock knuckle and fell in ...
... he couted and
we're queens in there. Then we took the tram no 17 back to change to
tram 27 at Karsplatz station. This will take us to the last stop on 27
northbound at Puetrling. It was raining but we took our chance to see if
we could make it to the BMW musem (BMW Welt). We made it at 5pm. They were only closing at 6pm.
Entrance was steep at 9 EUR each, but we'll worth it. The musuem was
well laid out starting from what they did in 1916 to now, ...
... called it a day.
Saturday, September 28
Schloss Schonbrunn was our destination today. This is the most visited Viennese attraction and we wouldn’t have missed it! It is a magnificent summer palace complete with a mile-wide and –long garden, palm house, and the world’s oldest zoo! It reminded me of ...
... had peanut butter, which I love, since arriving in Europe. Have not seen it anywhere. Noticed in one of the space exhibits that they take it into space with them but still I can't buy it here. Nothing major but what can I say
Went to Rudi & Kathryn's, a couple who also work at Munich Re, place for pre dinner drinks. Went to a little local pub for dinner. Very nice indeed. Then back for more drinks and for the kids to have a play with their children, William ...
... we ventured off to see the Olympic Village. They have converted it into student living, which is really cool. People have painted things on their houses and put personal items in the former display cases that are now their windows.
The most haunting part of the visit to the Olympic area was when we visited the site of the Munich Massacre. For those who don’t know, an extremist group kidnapped 11 ...