Travel Blogs from Munich
we spent around 2 days exploring Munich. We also had a very moving experience when we visited Dachau, the longest running and one of the first concentration camps in Germany.
... wine production there is a step ahead
of its larger neighbor to the north. But like pretty much everything else in
Switzerland, drinking there can take a bite out of one’s wallet.
The Netherlands also does not have a very distinctive
drinking scene, though we were able to purchase at our campground beer made
only a few kilometers away at a small brewery; it was quite good. The country
seems to be increasingly experiencing a “spillover” ...
... with whipped cream on the side. Real whipped cream, not just Redi-Whip! Delicious. That's alright, we'll walk it off. There was only one other couple in the place. Nice and quiet.
And then a woman walked in. Probably younger than us, but nearing our age. She sat alone and read a book. She ordered a pastry and coffee. Something about her struck me as sad. I saw she wore a wedding ring, and she just looked lonely. I didn't want ...
... It's only 1:30 and I'm so tired. Didn't sleep well last night. Lots of crazy people yelling at the sky and at each other in the street. Going to take a nap.
Took a 2 hour nap! Felt so good. It's been a long time since I've taken a nap. Got up and polished my boots. They're really taking a beating. Set out for ...
... forest. Unfortunately the day was foggy and cold so the grandeur of the structure was slightly lost. In saying that it honestly looks like a fairy tale interpretation of a castle and I could definitely see how it influenced Walt disney's Cinderella castle. It was a lovely day trip and I would definitely recommend it, especially if the weather is sunny. We had a lovely day and went to bed quite early as we plan to visit Vienna via Salzburg the next day and were a little ...