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... soccer ball as the boys are keen for a kick around. Paul is handed the ball to give it a quick pump and manages to destroy the 2 week old ball - should've given it to the coach! He managed to push the valve in even after having moistened the needle. Needless to say, the kids have a rather flat ball but aren't deterred. Brendan joins us after finishing work and we head off to find some food and the much more important drinks. The kids grab a ...
... in and I had a far too large beer because I ended up having to pee on the motor coach. We were told by Jon at the beginning of the trip to use the onboard toilet for emergencies only and rain showers only, no thunder storms. Jon has a way with ...
... he was - he was with us at the end of the day! I don't remember breaking my peg a heap of times and Nikita having to fix it each time. I don't reminder getting my windmill out again another couple of times because of the peg being seen, and questions being asked what it meant. I don't remember patting some people's heads. I don't remember a lot of the dancing I did on the benches. I don't remember that I actually did have a pork knuckle (yay I had one!). Hell, this ...
... which is more populated than Herrenchiemsee. There is a convent on the island that was founded in 782. Took the boat back to the dock in Prien, then the steam train to the main station and caught the 4:09 train back to Munich. Walked over to the Augustiner Keller Beer Garden for our first German style dinner.. Got back to hotel finally at 8 PM. One of the nice things about today was that we finally saw the ...
... this huge house, which was in a prime spot, so it became a Police Station and it is still to this day.
The areas we travelled through were beautiful in that it was mainly flat, with gentle hills, very green with many different crops and lovely villages, farmhouses and communities dotted frequently throughout. The design of the farmhouses and the village buildings were what one sees in travel brochures and the variety of colours on these houses and in the ...