Day One: July 29th 2009
Leave home 4.40am to arrive at Manchester Airport for 5am (ish).
Get a full English and watch the planes take off.
Take off 7.05am from Terminal 1. Get the iPod on and read more of Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief.
Arrive in Frankfurt for 9.45am, local time.
Go and find something half-edible to eat.
Depart Frankfurt to arrive in Munich 1.05pm.
Make our way to the hotel, north of the city, check in.
Hop on the U-Bahn to Kirchtrudering to check out the Busby Babes’ memorials.
Head back to Munich, find a pub with Krombacher on tap, and pick something half-edible off the menu.
Walk around the city and latch on to any other groups of travelling reds.
From 5pm to half past, get the U-Bahn up to Allianz Arena. Find something else half-edible to eat and get in my seat.
6.30pm – 8.15pm watch United play Boca Juniors. I imagine it’ll be anything but “friendly”.
8.45 – 10.30pm watch Bayern Munich vs AC Milan.

Day Two: July 30th 2009
Wake up nice and early and take a stroll in to town to find somewhere serving something half-edible.
Get the U-Bahn out to Dachau, then get bus to the Dachau concentration camp memorial. Morbid but interesting, I hope.
Get the bus and the U-Bahn back in to the city and find a pub and get some half-edible food.
Check out Deutsches Museum/State Gallery of Modern Art Description/BMW Factory/Other tourist shit.
From 5pm to half past, get the U-Bahn up to Allianz Arena. Find something else half-edible to eat and get in my seat.
6.30pm – 8.15pm watch the first game of football.
8.45 – 10.30pm watch the second game of football.
See what Munich’s night life has to offer.

Day Three: July 31st 2009
Nurse the sore head, try and keep breakfast down, sample another pub.
Depart from Munich 1.45pm to arrive in Frankfurt for 2.50pm.
Get massively bored. Hopefully finish Percy Jackson and start When You Are Engulfed In Flames or the Andy Cole autobiography my auntie got out for me from the library.
Depart from Frankfurt at 4.50pm to arrive in Manchester 5.30pm local time.

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