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... find a
information sign with a large map on it. I locate the station and rather than
simply try to remember what roads to go along I take a photo of the large map
and so now have my camera as guidance! Isn't digital photography fabulous?? You
certainly could not have done that a number of years ago!!
I locate the railway but as I approach what looked like the station area
there is a "No Entry" sign with some writing under it at the entrance to the ...
... mal la même ambiance débile! On allait seulement y faire un tour ce soir et nous y retournons demain. En espérant que ça soit quelque peu plus calme dans le jour. Nous avons quand même réussi à prendre une Paulaner weiss tranquille dans un biergarten.
Là! On s'en va se coucher avec nos bouchons car notre hôtel est situé sur une rue pas mal passante!
J-F et Joa
... asleep. Thank you Mr. Taxi driver for not robbing me and throwing me in a ditch. Lesson learned.... mixing 5 types of alcohol are not an ideal night out. Thank you Pam and to your friends too for the nice evening out. It was good to see you again. Take care.
Weekends were usually the time that I could do something with Marc and Andrea because they both worked during the week, and sometimes off hours. So they had both thought that ...
... cruisers with the funniest tour guide. There were about 25 of us students who went in this group and we all had a great time together.
We rode to see the famous Hofbrauhaus (where you can still see Nazi stickers on the ceiling), the old town, where Hitler made his start (also if you talk of him you will go to jail), by the world war 1 monument, through the English gardens, and we stopped at lunch at the world's second ...
... crowds aka Oktoberfest. It was really scary but thankfully it was our last night and the closing ceremonies were the next day and we would not be there in case anything did happen. We really just frightened ourselves more than necessary because even our friends in Berlin, one of the cities mentioned, were not overly concerned and were fine.
On a happier note, Munich was such an awesome city - Germany in general was really cool. Oktoberfest was insanity ...