Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
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... the work of some of the great Italian Renaissance masters at the Alte.) At the Neue we were treated to massive sized galleries, including some amazing works by Manet, Monet and Van Gogh. With these works being toward the end of the galleries it was a shame I didn’t start backwards so I could spend more time there, but since we already were nearly three hours in we had to eat and move on.
We ate ...
... and around 20 campsite security on hand just in case. We had a few drinks alongside and enjoyed the atmosphere - it got pretty disgusting but I'm told it wasn't as bad as other years. We all took a 'horse' nicks won, and Liam's buddy got a respectable 3rd. Back home for dinner and getting ready for a big couple of days to follow. Campsite The arrival of the hundreds of topdeck, contiki, pp travel and busabout people has got the bar pretty lively tonight - in bed by 11 though for ...
... that with our life experiences and our knowledge/experience of human behaviour. However, the kids could not care less. Not even a bit. It was very disappointing. In the end, we each saw only a little of the museum (in shifts), while the other entertained [read, tried not to hurt them in a way that would leave bruises] outside. Anyway, we saw enough, I guess. I did manage to read some stuff on the rise of the Nazis that I hadn't ...
... We spent our afternoon hiking around the Mountain and trying to capture the beauty with cool/adventurous-looking pictures... the pictures don't quite do it justice though. After eating lunch outside on the mountain, overlooking the small town of Salzburg, we took the cable car back down and walked around the city for a little. Just as the rain was about to come in, we hoped on a train back to Munich.
Arriving to a much colder and rainy Munich, we were ...
... we can safely say the hike was not easy. It had winding routes under tunnels by gorges, steep edge cliffs, hanging paths and gushing streams all around. We quickly gained height. We were glad for the half way stop at the top, where we all devoured goulash. No rest for the wicked, we got back, showered and hit the night scene. When Timo reached for a set of keys to unlock the door to a bar, I thought the alpine air had gone to ...