Ibis Muenchen City Nord
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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 …
... Well, at least they were polite about it.
In the afternoon I caught a bus that took me to Munich, thus putting a full stop to my month-long journey through Austria. The bus I caught was cheap and chic! The journey from Innsbruck to Munich would cost close to €40 by train, but the bus only cost me €10! The bus was also double-decked and ultra luxurious compared to the unfortunate buses in Nepal. Not only were the ...
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After being told to close my eyes, I was lead into a room with Bavarian patterned ballons, a Herlichzen Gluckwunsch banner and a typically German cake with Alles Gute candle. He couldn't have spoiled me in more of a Bavarian way if he had tried.
Earlier in the week Matthew had organised to take to me to a Bayern Munich game (or Bayern Munchen if we are being local). As you probably know these tickets ...
... we were on our way. When Jasmine arrived, it was exciting! We had long hugs and then headed out for our guided tour ' curtesy of Jasmine. Thank goodness she was paying attention because she gave us a thorough tour. Munich is so beautiful. They have many tall buildings. The crazy king Ludwig built these buildings. They´´re magnificent. When we arrived in the city, there were more greek looking buildings. The funny thing though, because ...
Today I arrived in Munich. This is such a beautiful city. I've only been here a couple hours, but I walked through the main part of the city to a beer garden that's about a 45 minute walk from my hostel. The city was beautiful and the parks were amazing. Part of the park I went through was called Nude "Beach". This area wasn't a beach, nor was it nude (except for the couple old naked men). Just a bunch of people in ...