Sunday, October 19, 2014
Museum and dinner
We managed to figure out the map with the help from a local.
It was incredible to see how quickly the trains go. And to think it was busy slowing down as it raced past us.
And the station is really long too. We came down on the side that was closest to the hotel entrance. Someone at the hotel had told Brendon about the entrance way up the road. The station being directly under the road the hotel is on.
We spent most of the time at the children's section as Asher was by this stage tired of being carried around. I was glad they let us in as it stated for children ages 3 - 8.
Then when we came past from the other side she decided it was time to get all the wooden blocks out.
Brendon and I were both struggling with sore throats, so we were happy to just sit and rest while she "worked".
I just noticed all the pairs. :-)
I just noticed all the pairs.
She loved having a drive in the old fire truck.
And then pretending to be a little hamster, running in this wheel. She had so much fun on this and was laughing away.
We also quickly walked through the musical instruments section and were amazed at how many instruments they had. For every instrument you can think of, they probably had one to 3 dozen different types.
The Museum is located on a sandbank in the Isar river. So it was nice to get this photo with the river.
A fellow tourist wanted a photo taken of them, and he returned the favour and took a few photos of us too.
We headed out to see if we could get something for dinner (knowing that the shops are closed on Sunday) to find that all the fast food places were closed too.
So we ended up in the Hotel restaurant for dinner. Soon after arriving they brought out a bowl of bread rolls. We said "no thanks" and explained that we were all gluten free. We were so surprised a little later when she came out with these delicious gluten free rolls. She told us that when we arrive for breakfast we must just let them know and they will get some baked for us too. They just need a bit of time as they are baked to order. They really were delicious. It's been a long time since I have had a roll with butter - so I looked forward to enjoying them again the next morning. :-)
Labels: Germany trip, Meals and Food, These make me smile
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