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... and rest for the day tomorrow.
This morning we woke up at 5:30am to get ready to go back to the festival. Because the tents get so crowded we knew we needed to go early enough to get on the front of the line. Last night, we made arrangements with our friend Kathleen from home to meet at the Ferris wheel at 6:30am before going to the tent, and so we did just that. When we woke up, we assumed nothing would be open for ...
... an American artist who worked only with ordinary fluorescent light tubes. When we get back the Auckland Art Gallery is having an exhibition of light works which should be amazing. It's coming from the Hayward Gallery in London. Tomorrow we're going to the Brandhorst Gallery which is the reason for coming to Munich. It is very new and very contemporary. Full of 'challenging' works I am sure. Watch this ...
... the day off tomorrow and "chillax"...can't wait!
Mostly though - I can't wait for Saturday, when we see Jim. The past few weeks have been exactly the adventure I was looking for, and I wouldn't have changed anything about it. I'm just ready for the next part of the adventure to begin - with my best friend, love of my life and Jack's hero with us...get over here, JD!
... monarchy when they ruled Bavaria. In 1385 was when the first buildings were erected on the site, however construction on the Palace as it is seen today was started in the early part of the 16th century and continued during various reigns of electorates or monarchs over the next 300 years. A great majority of the Palace was destroyed during WW II because the Residenz is in ...
... pork with spinach spatzle (can you tell I enjoy this?) Then we turned in for the rest of the night.
Saturday was basically our last day to really explore so we decided to go to the Spring Festival that we had heard others talking about. The spring festival called "Munchener Fruhlingsfest" is essentially a mini Oktoberfest. When we first got there, we walked through the section with all the rides and food vendors. We decided to take a ride on the Ferris wheel ...