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... Clock in the world. We stood in front of it for a long time but didn't know it's a cuckoo clock. It's located on the front of a shop selling cuckoo clocks. I bought a small Weisbaden ornament at that shop. We took picture at the Market Church (Gothic revival style) which I found to be gorgeous. I got frustrated with mom going to the toilet many times and taking so long to take one photo. Of course later I felt bad because mom seemed ...
... a red leather jacket. When we got back Chris whipper-snipped the footy ground while I went for a walk in the forest. Chris got a little worried about me because I was gone for two hours. He then decided that I am no longer allowed to walk in the forest alone again :/ LOL. Later on we went to the sports club and played table tennis. I have developed a new-found respect for Chris after I discovered that he's exceptionally good at table tennis and he beat me 11-2. Apparently there is a ...
... me of the Walt Disney castle. The view from the top of the tower was amazing. I would imagine it would be great during the day but all the massive buildings were all lit up and it was just magical. A little more wandering around the streets. Bought an umbrella as it was still raining and we think there is likely to be more rain as we travel. Back to our hotel to organise our next days accommodation. Looks like it is VIenna in Austria, here we ...
... drank beer with his teammates, which is typical after a game. Just throwing this out there but wursts are so delicious, I can understand why everyone is obsessed with them here, I love them...a lot...I could eat them everyday, my favourite are the ones with kase (cheese)...anyway, later on, we went to the festival again, where I met a few of Chris' mates (we ran into a guy called Toby (one of his old friends who moved away) and a few other guys, I can't remember ...
... which is some annual event where you can listen to live bands, drink beer and eat crepes. We didn't stick around for too long; we bought a bottle of wine, got drunk and practiced putting our tent up and taking it down. (Chris bought a tent for the frequency festival, you literally just throw it into the air and it pretty much sets itself up...taking it down is a little trickier..which probably defeats the purpose of the ease of putting it up in the first place..).