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... smell of Gluhwein seeps through the market and makes
everything more cheerful. This is a main difference between European winters
and Australian winters. Here, you rug up, do fun things and have reasons to go
out and tolerate the cold. In Australia, we don't really dress that warmly and winters
kind of suck and we just deal with their miserable-ness and wait for Summer.
During our time in Munich we used a drop-off laundromat (only 20 Euros for 2 ...
... wandering round, I returned to the hostel for day 3 of advent. This time I had Lowenbrau, deciding to save some of the famous Munich beers for the next few days. I then opted for an early night, having been disturbed the night before.
The following day I decided to do the walking tour in the morning. It had the added convenience that it picked up from the hostel, so I didn't have to navigate to the meeting point! I naively believed there would be some sort of mini ...
... the river from the central downtown. For the price we couldn't argue and it was nice having a modern spacious room after having to do without for several days now. This also gave us a chance to configure our plans and catch up with things online.
Munich is a big, modern city with pretty much anything you want: old European architecture, grand museums, bustling shopping and nightlife and a huge amount ...
... 8217;s cold,wet and you’re in a tent” and for a moment they were silent - then off they went again. Someone else shouted out “WE CAN HEAR YOU!” but that failed to stop them. Oh well what can you do? We were up early the next morning to inspect the damage of the rain - things were damp, Rach’s pack was wet and the whole area the tents were in was a giant muddy paddock. Definitely time to leave! We had a 10am train to Salzburg to catch and ...
... of the gate inscription and the history of the place, the kids were already claiming that "this is boring" and "can we go" [presumably to a water park!]. We gave them the lecture again, this time with reminders of all the cool stuff that they had done. They again agreed that a snappy turn round the old Nazi concentration camp shouldn't be too far beyond the realms of a three and five year old and, yes, we should continue ...