Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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Clean but small
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This morning we drove from Salzburg, Austria to Munich, Germany. The drive was beautiful with the Alps on our left and farmland all around. We did think it was interesting that Austrian and German barns and houses are the same structure: the barn is on one end and the house on the other. They look very efficient and large! Today we took a bus tour …
Moving further east, we got up this morning and headed for other lands. It was another early morning departure for another bus ride,but we knew that this time the ride would be shorter and we would have longer stops. Our first stop was still in Switzerland where we had to stop for the bus driver to take a 15 minute break. The rest area was …
... also happened to Liam when we was in the loo, and the American woman started calling herself "the Toilet Marshall", which was funny at the time. The buses to Hohenschwangau were waiting for us as we disembarked the train, and before we knew it, we were at the ticket office.
I felt very superior as Liam and I floated past the hundreds, literally hundreds, in the normal queue as we headed right up to the front of the reservation queue. ...
... was a nice relaxing night consisting of watching music videos and How I Met Your Mother.
Our final day in Munich, we went a little north of the city to visit the Dachau memorial site. It was by no means enjoyable and was very sad but definitely worth seeing. That afternoon we shopped for steins and wandered the city. We met Bastian and Kate and some more of their friends for dinner. Later that night, ...
Woke up and caught the train to Munich which was all pretty easy except I was holding all 3 of our tickets and realised they had fallen out of my jacket the previous day. Dumb dumb mistake costing me an extra 30euro but at least it wasn't too much. Arrived in Munich train station and found some wifi to get directions to our hostel which worked out to be a couple of hundred meters away. Perfect start! Found tons of stores selling Oktoberfest gear and felt the buzz of the city ...