Ibis Muenchen Schwabing
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... about but he was like ahh well let's just go and have fun. We walked to the tents, once again Justin leading the way. We had decided that because yesterday escalated so fast, we would have some food first, and the 3 of us (me, Juzzy and Michael) all got sausages in rolls. We had planned to meet James in the same stand up area as yesterday but we couldn't find him, so met up with some of Michaels friends. We didn't no them so Juzzy and I sat on a different table and ...
... men from the women. At this stage I was closer to the latter. As I protested, I was dehydrated. The boys would hear nothing of my antics, after all they probably didn't even blow with their calzones the night before. I would want to get drunk after them anyways. Added motivation. We visited some different tents today - lowerbrau, pilzbrau and monobrau I think. Stefan's entrails had got the better of him and he had made retreat for the campsite, fair enough I ...
After a comfortable night and breakfast in our family run Kriemhild Hotel, it was time to explore Munich!
A short walk saw us entering the extensive grounds of the Schloss Nymphenburg..... this Baroque palace and scattered pavilions date back to 1675 and was the summer residence of former Bavarian rulers.
... but every single one has been unique and attracts kids like bees to honey. The little entrepreneur voice in the back of my head keeps saying that it's time for a playground revolution in Canada - get away from the expensive, flashy playgrounds, and back to the ones that encourage creative play and engaging with the people around you.
End of rant.
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... tons of locals were laying out in the sun. We definitely got some stares. Our guide walked us up stream so that we could float even longer, explained that the current is really fast so be careful when jumping in if someone is right next to you, and that he would tell us when to start swimming to the left side of the river at the end to get out. We stopped right by a sign that had a skull and some German writing on it…that’s making me feel better ...