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After wandering around for a bit, we found a table right on the isle with a couple open seats. We asked the two groups sitting there if we could join them, received a nod and with that we were “in”. It didn't take long for our waitress to come by and we ordered two pitchers of Hofbrau ale. 20 euros later plus an asked for tip of 5 euros – seriously our waitress asked for a 5 euro tip and I was afraid if I didn't give it to her I'd either end up ...
... were teasing me and he was mad because he was a kind friendly kid. I didn't care, I smashed my stein down and left to try the rides I hadn't done yet. This took me about two hours to do, I could feel myself getting hammered because I'd drunk so quickly before. I had a 'cino to level myself out, I asked for double strength and it worked, I felt like I was focusing well. After a quick look again for the guys I decided I'd return to 'Oide wiesn'.
I managed to ...
... we were driven back to our hotel and I was a very contented visitor.
Next it was catch-up on the diary and it was some hours before the trio arrived back very hyped and pleased with their days adventure.
Jackie's day had apparently gone well with more than a few laughs along the way. From what I understand – the bike ride was amazing; Jackie’s ride down the luge an embarrassment, as she was so slow and holding up the group.
... run back down from the castle just catch the bus to make it to the last train, which was fun.
Our last day we went for a long walk through the English gardens where they have a man made river. They created one section of it to have a wave so that they can go surfing!! It was really cool to watch. Then we took it easy and prepared for the long 13 hour bus ride to paris.
Woke up to sunshine, first time in two weeks. Nice day for a bike ride. Walked into the city to meet up with the tour guide. Had a casual coffee at a local café on the way. Watched the glockenspiel do it's thing and went to wait for the tour guide. Around 20 people mostly American, waiting for the tour to start at 12:30. Another American was our tour guide. From the start you can tell it was going to be fun as he had us doing some pretty strange German dances ...