B&B Hotel Muenchen-Nord
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... exam in English. Both were very nice people, so I guess I lucked out!
Today, I explored the city center of Munich. Basically, I took an 8-hour walk visiting many different sights (see pictures). Some highlights include:
1) Marienplatz and the famous Glockenspiel Show at the New Town Hall.
2) The twin-domed Frauenkirche Church. While I was there, the ...
... the city and saw the English Garden, location of the October Fest, 1972 Olympic Stadium, Nymphenburg Palace, the food markets, Allianz Arena, Jewish Synagogue, Puppet Theatre, and BMW Welt and Museum. After driving past all of these sites, and listening to their stories, I wished very much that we had more time here. Some fun things we learnt while on tour. During OctoberFest the Australian Government set up a temporary embassy inside the British embassy in ...
... was well-placed (if not a little cringe worthy in places). Smaug is an awesome looking dragon!
It was a long long haul, but I was very proud of myself for not going to the toilet halfway through.
We travelled illegally (with no tickets) on the trains back home. We are ‘rebels with a cause’ as Joanna’s parents would like to say. The cause…to save as much money as ...
... castle inside. The story of King Ludwig the 2nd is quite a sad one. He was a recluse and died quite tragically at a fairly young age under suspicious circumstances. After he had commissioned to have Neuschwanstein castle built, he only spent in total around 180 or so days there.
This evening we went to the Lowendbrau Keller beer garden for Kim to experience this popular place. The beers were huge !! We had a lovely dinner and a fantastic ...
... closer to our hotel. We tried the Chinesischer Turm.
The interesting thing about the afternoon experience was the actual gardens, where the 4 big beer gardens are,.Thousands of people were there enjoying the extensive area, which included sports grounds and lakes, small streams and a wild flowing river for the young adventurers...it was quite something.
Today we discovered more than just the "leather", however at the end of ...