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... the rest of the night, meeting dozens of other people, drinking many beers, playing pool etc. Nim and everyone wanted to go to a strip club with the Californians but we ended up just wandering around the area for hours on end, and stayed in a small bar for a few hours when we were meant to be there for one drink. We returned to the dorm and are about to go to bed, and Phillip is hanging out here and all the girls love him. Love you the most of all, ...
... br> Now raining when we left. Caught the U2, train, home. Transport is getting easier, just in time for us to leave.
Weather not looking good until Friday, we leave Thursday night, so not sure what we will be doing tomorrow.
As for the people who complained about me saying bye last night, Paul, it was because I could not spell Auf Wiedereshen and did not ant to embarrass myself . Hope that explains that.
... another guys stein too hard, then falling off the table and of course the famous throwing of underwear up to the hanging pig. A brilliant party, but we were lucky the girls were around otherwise we would have never got home, I reckon. Apparently we decided to head back at a reasonable hour in order to re-charge for the next day and both Jake and I were quickly to sleep upon entering the tent. Big day again tomorrow and we were already looking forward to another day in ...
The end of the trip came back to Munich. We went around Marienplatz again and went to Armani Café which was quite good. We made our way back to the hotel for a group dinner.
I won the mileage guess for the trip with a guess of 1500 and the actual was 1505. I got to keep the map of the whole trip.
We flew home in the morning and had a direct flight back to ...
... waves which people manage to surf on, although it is apparently very dangerous!
On Saturday, we went to one of Munich's less well known sights, the Dachau Concentration Camp, the first of the Nazi camps, used as a blueprint for the rest. An amazing place to visit, full of history, although quite disturbing and very sobering.
A second visit to Augustinerkeller rounded off our trip, tomorrow we head onwards to Vienna!
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