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... instead of the normal 5.
As we got near Munich, Manu sped for about a mile or two at 125 mph so we could see how she normally drives when she is alone. My mother Hilda would be proud of her as she liked to go fast. We could only rest for about 90 minutes before it was time to head over to Hans' house for dinner.
Ade, Gitti and Karsten met us at Manu's place and took Miah and me with them, while the rest went with Manu. Manu had already prepared ...
... next to our tour office although there were no throngs of refugees seen in media reports earlier and the place was deserted.
Herrenchiemsee is not a popular tour with most going to Neuschwanstein. I also chose to avoid Neuschwanstein today on the weekend and try tomorrow on a weekday to avoid weekend ...
... the beer garden market, the home of the royal family, old third reich sites, and of course the Hofbrauhaus. It was a very long and informative tour.
Later that night, Bayern Munich had a huge champions league semi-final vs FC Barcelona. I couldn't find much on the internet so I asked a worker at the hostel where a good sports bar was. This jackwagon sent me on a wild chase. He recommended some street by the English ...
This weekend was spent in Munich Germany for their Strong Beerfest. It was about a 7 hour bus ride from Florence to Munich, but the trip was well worth it. On Friday morning we started our day at 11am, with a historical walking tour of Munich, but the real kick was that it was actually an interactive drinking game as well as a tour. Our tour guide was named Lenny and he had us wheel a keg of traditional Bavarian beer ...
... guy from Kuwait who was there with his wife. The Dryers were € 1 for 10 minutes, and it took three cycles to get the clothes reasonably dry, but I suppose that’s not much different than at home.
I took a different route back to the hotel and passed an Italian restaurant with pizza by the slice. I dropped the laundry at the hotel and went back there for lunch. The guy behind the counter said that he was from Calabria, which was interesting.