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Last day of the holiday! Can't believe it's here so quickly! So we decided to make the most of it. Queued outside Hofbrauhaus at 9am sharp so we could get a good seat inside. It was freezing, but so worth it - by 10.30am we'd already knocked off our first beer! As for the rest of the day, well. Let's just say I went out with a bang, not a ...
From there everything ran pretty smoothly. We arrived in Abu Dhabi, after a very long flight and napped on chairs until our next flight. Dad volunteered to take my chair in isolation at the back of the plane and I agreed. I quickly regretted that decision and watched, green with envy as he was upgraded to Business Class.
We arrived at Munich at around 7am local time, took some time to freshen up and took a train into Central Station where ...
... we seen. It was absolutely stinkin' hot this day! We were struggling in this heat. On one of the tours, we seen some big lake/rock pool type thing that hundreds of people were at, so we went back to get changed, then jumped on the tour bus again to head back and go for a swim. The river was awesome. Heaps and heaps of people were there, and mostly locals. It had a huge tide rapid flying ...
... but into Austria. We'll enter Germany a bit later, but since now it's all EU, no problem.
By 1 pm we were in the quaint German town of Lindau, on a large freshwater lake called both Bodensee and also Lake Constance. We had a brief orientation walk, and then were free to find lunch and to wander. The rain quit while we were enjoying a Regina pizza (ham, cheese and mushrooms), and then we walked to the harbor. Then back to our meeting place ...
... wine production there is a step ahead
of its larger neighbor to the north. But like pretty much everything else in
Switzerland, drinking there can take a bite out of one’s wallet.
The Netherlands also does not have a very distinctive
drinking scene, though we were able to purchase at our campground beer made
only a few kilometers away at a small brewery; it was quite good. The country
seems to be increasingly experiencing a “spillover” ...