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... about 4 I went back to my hostel where I met some new roommates nick and Lauren. Which were keen to go and get some dinner, so nick, Lauren, Emily and I went to the English gardens to a beer garden for some food and beer. I got some curry wurst and potatoes which were surprisingly good. Once we had finished we walked back through the park in the dark and back to the ...
... forest and into a clear grassland area. There was just one problem: the way to get there was to either go down a steep hill and climb back up or go all the way around through town which would take more time and bring us further away. It had been an hour since we started the hike to get to this place and we finally decided to throw in the towel; no beer and pretzel was worth that much effort. So back to the forest we went, my pants now reaching the same wetness level as my
... to display Christmas decorations although we wish we could be here in November when Augsburg has it's annual Christmas market which lasts for about a month. We jumped off at the Residenz which was recommended by Monika (she used to work there) but we missed the last entry to the museum by 9 mins. Not to worry, though, we decided to come back to Munich tomorrow to have lunch in the Hofbrauhaus and to finish off a couple of other sites we didn't get time to see by foot. ...
... breakfast. Mine was a nice healthy two donnuts and a hot chocolate and they were lovely.
This airport is one of two Paris airports and it is the 8th largest in the world. This airport is solely for Air France plane traffic while the other (Oriel Airport) has the incoming and departure flights for the other World Lines.
It is very clean, well organised and everything was running smoothly. The weather is overcast and the ...
... People in Munich work compared to the high unemployment rate in Berlin. We saw less drinking in the street in Munich. In Berlin, there is an "anything goes" mentality and that wasn't visible in Munich. It's hard to say which we prefer because we only spent a couple days in Munich and really loved Berlin.
My friend Heidi back home has a cousin who lives in Munich who was nice enough to meet up with us and show a bit of the city. The weather was not ...