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Today we looked around in Munich, it was my first full day in Germany! We looked at buildings and also the BMW factory. It had Motorbikes and other cars that were very nice!
We did some shopping and I got a new jacket, Mum got new running shoes and Dad a new lenses for his camera, Saxon got new shoes!
We went out to dinner and Mum and Dad had beer!
... interesting old buildings, statues and streets of whose history she knew nothing (I told her to just make up answers as I would believe anything!), we ended the day at a huge winter market, browsing stalls selling everything from Tibetan gongs to Berlin graffiti art, as well as more traditional wares, and tucked into Moroccan and Lebanese veggie dinner in the food tent. I am finding myself surprised at how much good veggie and even ...
Pick up some lederhosen on the way in a small town an then Munich, arrive at the campsite with 8 buses already there an setup, a good posy in the middle saved for jake an this is us for the next few days! Hundy club (the ritual end of van tour where we all sit in a circle an do a shot of beer a monte for 100 minutes an the judges - last years veterans, feed us funnels an what ever they wish an your in until you spew.. Not many finish!) so a very tame worried/excited vibe ...
... hang out when Santa forgets to supervise. The German band played OMPA music and the crowd was in total party mode. Only thing we were missing were the National Socialist with their founder, Uncle Adolf. Historians know that this beerhouse was one of the places National Socialism began in the 1920s, The Hofbrauhaus has been in business since 1509.
Well, three hours passed quickly and it was time to return to the apartment via the Ubahn, almost door to door service. We are both dead ...
... of the town. The spire was almost completely destroyed during WW2 but then rebuilt using the traditional architecture. After we caught our breath we stumbled upon St. Micheal's church, which looked nothing like a church from the lane we were walking down, but had a magnificent organ. We did some souvenir shopping and strolled the streets and lane ways before meeting up with Frank and Max.
We had lunch together ...