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Travel Blogs from Olching
... the Police Inspectors, and the hench women. There was much Euro Cheek kissing and requests to catch up. the Dairy farmer was still concerned that he would have 2 Australian knock on his door to stay National Lampoons style. We quickly leave the tent before someone tried to comply with Rule 1 for us and we quickly hurried for the bus. We got on the bus and off at the correct stop. Back to the room. What a day. Not a Moose or Squirrel in sight. Boris Out ...
... Sandy has really not seen the city outside of the
tourist center, so off we went. A nice 2 ½ hour trip which gave her
a better appreciation of the city. We then went to the train
station, had a sandwich and then walked to Marienplatz, the major
square and wandered around. We stopped to have a beer and since we
were in the shade Sandy was huddled under a blanket the cafe was
offering. We were soon back in the room relaxing before dinner.
... freaked out with worry. Being the pack horse that I am I would usually haul all the luggage up three flights of stairs. Hmmm maybe worry about telling my mum that he had lost me! Anyway that was an experience and I have promised that if I am ever stranded in the desert with a broken down car or flat tyre I WILL NOT leave the scene. Those beers really sneak up on you.
Suffice to say that a quiet night in was had in readiness for the ...
... and with no official power and has the unofficial title of Duke of Bavaria.
After the palace, we started to walk back to the city center, hoping to find a nearby subway station. Unfortunately, there are no subway stations anywhere near the palace, so we instead took a tram back. It wasn't nearly as quick as a train but it was a lot faster than walking. We also passed the Chinese Consulate on the way out of the ...
... the rest of the night. there were two guys with guitars, a guy playing keys and a belgian guy who had some insane pipes! We had a really cool evening with all the music, loads of different nationalities, cheap wine and a whole lot of laughs! It was definitely a good start to this trip.
On Wednesday, Anja got here at about 2pm and we went into the city, along with David. We walked for a few hours in search of the English Garden. When we found it, we went to the river and it ...