We need now to turn around and head slowly north westwards from whence we came as the ferry is booked for Halloween...
We locate a very nice stellplatz at Trostberg where we stay three nights on the edge of loads of river walking trails and the very friendly village
This shot was submitted to Campercontact, our travelling App and shows our spot well...
Walks along the canal and River Alz reveal some really nice apartments very doable perhaps for future years..
Does this mean its 39.2 km to Bakewell?
Too fast for me but we just got him as he entered the reeds
I have an assistant you know!
Nice village, nice people, looking for tourists?
Now what can we do to encourage them to the village. I know, don't rip them off with car parking charges like they do over there in the UK....
We sort of walked too far yesterday and our bones ached a bit so Max took us on a blast today around Lake Chiemsee, the pride of Bavaria
A walk later in to the village found Nina sampling the Riesling
I went with this beauty followed by a DoppleBock of similar strength
OK time for a return to Munich so we make camp on the stellplatz at the Allianz Arena again and head in to the city on the U Bahn
Thankfully, given it was a Saturday the glorious Bayern Munich were away stuffing Hamburg 1-0
Now what could be the attraction of inner city Munchen?
This was in the Augustiner Bauhaus Am Platz
TBH we tried the Hoffbrauhaus (How could you not) but it was totally rammed, very very noisy and strangely boiling hot inside
I'm pleased we'd been before and ticked it off then...
A rammed Marienplatz
Wandering up in to the swish end of town a wedding party decide to block the main roads and party
Step away from the window!
See how they just leave the cheap watches in the window overnight!
Would you feel comfortable wearing one knowing how far it would go in Africa giving kids life's essentials?
Eye candy for Nina...
A big bag for me too....
The evening involved lots of market touring, drinking stupidly overpriced beer, and eating out in the square with most other Germans/Tourists as the prices here for traditional fayre are twice that of anywhere we've been in Germany
I have to say we were not enthralled with our visit here as the friendliness shown to us in other German cities far surpasses that shown here. Berlin, Dresden, Hamburg....etc all have their different sectors catering for all tastes and budgets but Munich we felt was just a city ripping folks off and trading on the 'Bavarian Factor'
We had an issue with one particular 'Muppet' waiter working in one of the 'Tourist Trap Brauereis'
He thought it very funny to poke fun at Nina's apparent stupidity at not being able to find the beer section of the menu at lightning speed...
We both looked at each other and did what Brits do best.....left!
Within half an hour TripAdvisor had sent me an email thanking me for my honest review...
Our last impression is of Frottmanning station on our return, empty and devoid of humour
We had a good day overall but wish we'd spent it in Berlin TBH...