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We are leaving Salzburg for Munich today at 11am local time. We have about an hour and a half train trip through the country which we are looking forward to.
Our train was lovely, it was comfortable, smooth and very fast but we had an annoying group of German women in the carriage that drove everyone crazy. The lady behind us up and moved …
... 8221; and of course the Oom-Pah band was playing. I ventured upstairs and the two upper floors were also fairly busy, although the large room on the top floor was only about a third full. There was a somewhat unenthusiastic band playing there also. They would play one song, chat among themselves for a few minutes and then play the next song. There were no Bavarian wood cutters this time.
As I walked back towards the hotel, several observations occurred ...
Bavaria can seem like every German stereotype rolled into one. Lederhosen, beer halls, oompah bands and romantic castles are just some of Bavarian cliches associated with Germany as a whole. But as any Bavarian will tell you, the state thinks of itself Bavarian first and German second. And as any German outside of bavaria will tell you, the Bavarian stereotypes aren't representative of the rest of Germany. ...
... square, surrounded on all sides by grand and fancy architecture. It made me feel like I was in Italy, not Germany - and now I understand why some refer to Munich as the northernmost city in Italy. We visited three churches right near Marienplatz - Michaelskirche, Frauenkirche, Peterskirche, and climbed the tower (Alte Peter) in one of them which had a great birds-eye view of the square. We got caught in a little rain shower which forced us to slow down for a ...
... we decided to reside. Although we only phoned the night before, The Peters were all too happy to throw open their door. With our Namibian friend, Ingo, we had a date. He took us out for pizza that far exceeded the edge of its plate. Here my down jacket would go no more, In optimistic hopes that its absence would prompt spring's warmer score... ...