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We stay here each time in Munich. Small boutique hotel by Sendlingtor and close to Marienplatz. Best breakfast ever.
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... sore head, and no phone.
On the Sunday we decided it would be a great idea to go back to the Oktoberfest since we were all either A) hungover, B) meeting other people there or C) still drunk. Prior to this we figured food would be a great idea so we ventured to Marianplatz for a traditional German nosh up (and more beer) before we went to another bar for …more beer. It was at this point I managed to muster up enough courage to don the infamous green beer bottle ...
... to be a lot of high end stores in this part of Munich. These include stores like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and the Bucherer jewelry chain (I always like to stop and admire the €10,000 Rolex Watches in their display windows). It wouldn't seem that all of these would be affordable by tourists, so they must cater to very wealthy visitors. My second observation was that the city seems to be more "multi-cultural" than it was on my last trip to Munich, based on the people ...
Woke up starving cause we didn't eat dinner on the train, and went to have breakfast at the hotel, nice but 8 euro each made it fairly expensive considering there was no hot food. Then caught the U-bahn into the town and a tram out to Nymphenberg palace, paid to get into the museum but turns out you can get into the grounds of the palace without paying - it was still nice inside though. Walked back to an S-Bahn station and went into ...
Jase wanted to head back to BMW world to have a look at the gift store and take a pic in the M6 on display, so we travelled via the Olympic centre of ’72, picking up a massive parking ticket along the way, before carrying on south. We decided we’d have a cheap night and after driving the almost to the Austrian/Italian border on non-toll roads, we paid the 4 Euro fee and free camped in a truckers stop – ...
... shop fronts, free-lance musicians and buskers stand and perform. We wander from one musician to the other, being entertained by mostly highly-polished performances. It's like a free open-air concert, where one just walks from one performer to the next, all in the picturesque atmosphere of ancient buildings that makes Münich so cosmopolitan.
We stop at a café for a cup of tea and some ice-cream before heading back to our hotel room, rather exhausted but ...