Travel Blogs from Biberach (Riss)
... a bit of a sleep in I decided to go back into Munich, yet again, and back to Oktoberfest. This was because one of my uni friends, Hugh and his gf Lucy and friends were there that day. So I jumped on the train, sat on it for an hour and a half, and jumped off in Munich. I made my way to Oktoberfest where it was thankfully easy to find them with a table in one of the ...
... Who needs Europe? We have a wonderful time and travel back to Manchester to stay with Ross and Emma (Matthew's other sister) on the Monday in order to fly back to Memmingen on Tuesday morning. After staying up late watching Andy Murray beat Novak Djokovic in the US Masters' Final, we have a look at the weather for Europe and its not good - a huge storm is spreading across from France to Croatia! We're trying not to think about it.
... are some downsides to making your own way. Eventually we gave up, had lunch and left.
As we drove through the bloack forest, which is a lush green and very pretty, we wee hit by a hail storm. We pulled over and waited it out.
By the time we got to the other side it was time to look for accomodation. We went to the youth hostel but it was booked out. School holidays in german ...
... Not in a creepy way though because we didn't want to get in trouble or anything. It did all make sense now, though. Amy and I kept complaining about all the Asians in the border control line that couldn't speak English. We thought it was pretty stupid to come here when you didn't even have anyone to translate for you. Turns out, all these people were actually the family members of the athletes from Team Korea. Not that I'm Korea's biggest fan, but I ...
... ok but Amy and I were kind of like where's the real party? After awhile it got boring so Amelie decided we should just go to the club because even though it's 1:30am the clubs here stay open until 5 or 6am. Well, that's good news I guess. So we head over to this club downtown called Su Casa. I didn't really know what it was until I got inside and was blown away. 1) the club was really big and super super clean. I had never seen a cleaner club. 2) There were a ton of people dancing, but ...
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