Hotel Dolce Vita
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... experience! Later in the night we headed back to the hostel. We went down to the bar in our hostel where the special was one beer and a shot of jåger. Great more beer! We finished that and meet up with some people who were also staying in the same hostel as us. We decided to go out-out to the bars, but we didn't get very far. I thought it would be a brilliant idea to go sprinting through this huge fountain in the town square with all of my clothes on. Little did I know ...
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The next day Dean, Matthias and I decided to make the train journey to Weihenstephan brewery on Kev's recommendation. Weihenstephan was first brewed on the site in 1040, making it the oldest brewery in the world. We caught the train to Freising (again using Matthias' German skills), and walked the few kilometres to the brewery. It was a really pretty walk, however it started to rain half way through and I forgot to bring my umbrella! We missed the turn off to ...
Up late but not so late that we didn't miss our scrumptious camel-mode breakfast. Eat as much as you can for breakfast and store it so can get through the day. Zed and I tried to sort out sims for our phones - we bought yet another lot of sims with credits which we were assured would work throughout Europe. Wandered through the old town part of Munich and through the very magnificent Marienplatz. We looked like tourists waiting under the tower clock ...
Unfortunately the overnight train to Munich didn't prove very restful for us. I found it especially difficult to sleep (I'm a light sleeper as it is), with there being several stops along the route and feeling every motion in the rail lines. I suppose it was still more restful and comfortable than being in a seat though. Upon arriving in Munich at 6:15AM (yuck), we walked to our hotel, only a few blocks away. We're staying at Hotel Uhland, a converted mansion that's more than ...
I guess the vacation is really over and it's time to return to reality. I have so enjoyed our time here in Germany. Of couse seeing things through the eyes of a tourist is different than the actual day to day life. Yet, I have to say in 5 weeks I have not had any "Heimweh" or homesickness and I could easily spend another 5 weeks or maybe 5 months travelling through Europe. I cannot exactly put ...