Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
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... of everything. It is all so fresh! There are also tables everywhere to grab food, beer, coffee, ice cream, etc. People sit outside all day just drinking, eating and enjoying the day. I plan to do most of our shopping here!
Dining here is very different than in the US. Meals are supposed to be enjoyed and they expect you to take your time eating and drinking. Servers in Germany are not ...
... in and I had a far too large beer because I ended up having to pee on the motor coach. We were told by Jon at the beginning of the trip to use the onboard toilet for emergencies only and rain showers only, no thunder storms. Jon has a way with ...
... for tea. Day 4. Took the train to the country and visited Neuschwanstein Castle and learned all about Ludwig II, Arrived back at apartment around 9.00 p.m. and promptly fell asleep exhausted having left the apartment at 8.00 a.m. A long day but well worth it. Tomorrow will be an easier day before we take a bus trip along the Romantic Road, a much longer day than today. (our last day in Munich). Both safe and well. M & ...
... 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 ...
Woke up to sunshine, first time in two weeks. Nice day for a bike ride. Walked into the city to meet up with the tour guide. Had a casual coffee at a local café on the way. Watched the glockenspiel do it's thing and went to wait for the tour guide. Around 20 people mostly American, waiting for the tour to start at 12:30. Another American was our tour guide. From the start you can tell it was going to be fun as he had us doing some pretty strange German dances ...