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... all sorts of bread, sausages, fruit and veg, sea food, wine, cheese, plants and of course there were several beer gardens. We bought some pork crackle to nibble on! We walked back up to Marieplatz an area that never seems to stop. We walked to Ononplatz, on the way we passed where all the 'up market' shops were, very exclusive! This is very small square but it has a huge monument of a king on a horse..., and it is under this very ...
... Hofbrauhaus. The swastikas are still visible in the paintings on the ceilings. They have been painted around and incorporated into a new design but are still visible. This tour was great too. Said goodbye to Vicki. She's going to Amsterdam next. Rode the train back to the main station with Keith. Beats walking! Dinner at the pasta place. Had pizza. Identical to the 'burger' you had in Paris, Emily. Awful. Sat on the sidewalk and wrote all today's blogs. Heading to my room ...
... on the sidewalk, and for less money too. Chris had the "gormetfruhstuck" and said he loved it.
Handsome people were walking and biking past, and the sun was shining and not hot yet. We relaxed a bit and then went to find some better walking shoes for ...
... this bike tour was going to be fun. Our guides were two young, quite fortunate looking guides, one from New Zealand and the other from the UK. We got our bikes and started our ride around the city. Making stops at some of the big sites so that they could give us a few quick facts about the place but nothing too mind numbingly boring. They knew we were going to retain that information for about 5 minutes and then have no idea the name of the monument we just ...
... took the bus (no 100) to
Alte Pinakothek. The musuem is primarily to the European masters (Albert
Durer and the 3R's - Rembrandt, Rubens and Raphael). The audio guide is
a must, comes with the ticket. We spent nearly 2 hours before coming
back and taking the Bus no 100 again. Only this time it was in the wrong
direction. Its a very good way to visit the city and by the time we
made the enroute trip and got back to the main station, we had seen ...