This afternoon I was at the Allianz Arena to watch the soccer game of the Erste Deutsche Bundesliga between FC Bayern Munich and VfL Bochum. The stadium was completely sold out (69000 places) and there was a good atmosphere from the beginning on, even though the FCB fell behind 0:1 after several minutes. I took several photos and I filmed the opening and a penalty kick for the FCB. I attached some of the pictures to this article and uploaded the videos to Youtube. The final score of the game: FC Bayern Munich – VfL Bochum 3:1 (1:1).
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Today I traveled from Luxembourg back to Munich because I have to do some stuff before the lectures at university re-begin in two weeks. I was happy to see that my flat was still standing after a month of absence, but I was very surprised that some old warehouses on the other side of the street were torn down, thus giving me a new balcony view on the Olympiaturm and one some “unrevealed” surroundings.
I am also already looking forward on Sunday, where I will attend a soccer game of the FC Bayern against VfL Bochum in the Allianz Arena. Even though I am not such a big soccer fan and I do not have a favorite team on Sunday, I am eager to see a hopefully nice game of excellent soccer in an awesome stadium. I will let you know how it wasls and provide you with some pictures.
After several months of very few updates on Giombetti.com, I have decided to give my website a revival and a new touch. The website changed from a rather static page to a blog, and I will update it regularly (Or at least, I’ll give it a try) by writing what I am concerned about at that moment. But first I give you some information of what I have done so far and what you can expect to read on this website in the future.
To begin with: Which language will I be blogging in? As you might already have expected, I will mainly be blogging in English; not at least to have a bigger audience. Nevertheless some articles might be in German, or even in my native language Luxemburgish, too.
What will I write about? I will write about software development, my studies of computer science at the TU Munich, travelling, music, lifestyle and fun. To start with, I have already posted some pictures of my trips to Paris and Vienna. Furthermore I updated my Curriculum Vitae and I adopted content from the previous version of this website: mainly articles and pieces of software I have written and I want to share with you. I will also write about my new home Munich, and supply you with pictures of springtime in this awesome city.
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