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... another couple of hours we arrive in Munich just over an hour ahead of schedule. It's not quite 4pm, so after checking into the Jaeger hostel we go for a walk through the town. The currency is once again euro & it's a relief to find it cheaper than Paris & Switzerland. We come across the famous town glockenspiel. Which is an old town clock that three times a day plays music & then the figures in two windows move around in the clock tower on two different levels. There ...
... br> Heading home tomorrow night at 10:20 pm so plan to visit the Nymphenburg Palace in the morning. Great name, should be interesting. To get there we need to catch the Number 17 Tram from Haupthbahnhof that leaves every 10 minutes. Told you I was getting good.
Hope to get one last entry in tomorrow before we leave the unit.
Sayounara, is the correct spelling Alice informs me.
... then did rides and saw more of the festival.
We found a pub in town and sat outside with a beer and had a meal. When it got colder we moved inside and ended up staying there all night. The pub ended up getting packed and they started singing all types of songs. We left to make the midnight shuttle bus back to camp.
... despite it being built for some 17yrs.
Lisa then had to leave again for work on Sunday morning at 6am however this time it was for Colonge not Berlin. In her place her best friend, Etienne (or Eddy, or Edmundo), was coming on Sunday night to stay at her house… little did I know how well I would get on with this guy! Prior his arrival however I decided to head out to the BMW museum (Rolls Royce was also there) which was very impressive to say the least!
... city centre with great gardens for an afternoon drink and more and bigger pretzels! This was the point when we saw the sun again, for the first time since early March. It was very exciting to see and thankfully the thermometer is on the way up… slowly.
We saved our best day in Munich until last: a day trip to King Ludwig II’s Neuschwanstein Castle. Matt had visited this castle, but was more than keen to visit again. It was magical. It is ...