Ibis Muenchen Schwabing
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Went on a bus trip today to the Bavarian Alps to see Linderhof Castle. Saw snow on the mountains, but only a very small amount at the castle. They keep telling us there is normally more snow by this time of the year, but not this year... Little disappointed. The castle was more like a big mansion... Not how I envisage a castle. Very opulent inside though. Mark Was exciting ...
... the day off in Switzerland for breakfast and then we head to another town called Lucerne on the border of Switzerland and Austria. We travel into Austria and George makes his move, he decides to make it not a 3 countries in one day but we were going to 4. We made a little swing through a country called Lichtenstein (think that's how you spell it) We drove through the capital of a country you can literally hire out for a night for 50 000 Euro! What ...
... and it was raining quite steadily by now it seemed. We were very thankful we had made the effort to arrive early and had been lucky enough to score a table inside one of the biggest and most popular tents at Oktoberfest - it can hold 10,000 people! Around 11.30 the action started first with the arrival of a German celebrity by the name of Reinhold - I still have no idea what he is famous for but our table mates were very excited - and then the band began to arrive and ...
... she was in UK. It's such a fun evening and rather a sadness at the end to bid farewell... thirty years crammed into an hour and a half! We wander back towards Marienplatz and take in the sights and sounds of Munich on a busy summer's evening. A classy string quartet are busking next door to the Residenz and we give them some euros before catching the S6 back to Planegg and the comfort of the Asemann Hotel. We've had a fun ...
... the kids were on their way back. They had had a great day at the zoo. Picked them up from Marienplatz and said farewell to Rudi & William as Rudi has to travel to San Paulo tomorrow for work.
Another walk around the back streets and we headed for home. Had dinner at a little sushi restaurant around the corner from the flat. Very nice even though I'm not so into Japanese food that much. Off on the bike tour tomorrow so hope the sun is out.