B&B Hotel Muenchen-Nord
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the bus to be packed because it is the last weekend of Oktoberfest, but there was ************e on it.
Lately the ride to Munich has been a long one. Because of the refugee problem at the moment all cars and buses are being stopped at the boarder. But our driver took us through some back roads and we missed all the traffic and got into Munich around 5:30pm.
We all planned to meet back at the hostel at 6:30pm ...
... as every other tour group was doing the same thing. We did it again in the VIP seats in the first tier as well. I got brownie points for knowing who played in the first match in the Allianz at the 2006 World Cup (Germany and Costa Rica) as well as the score (4-2). We visited the conference room, the players' changing rooms (each cabinet had a portrait of the relevant player above it) as well as doing a mock line-up in the corridor going out to the pitch, complete ...
... breakfast. I loved the morning breakfast even though I was beginning to hate potatoes :-). Desserts in Munich or in general Bavaria are to die for.
Ben then drove me to see the beautiful Nymphenburg castle in Munich. This made me realise that I enjoyed castles more than museums. I was fascinated by its beauty. That's when Ben suggested that we visit Neuschwanstein castle. Oh yes that's the famous Disney castle with a sad history behind it.
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... my 21st birthday! Just kidding......but really. At 6:30 I was supposed to go on a beer tour but there wasn't any more room so instead I went to the second largest beer garden in Munich (Augustinerkeller) with an Australian I met in the hostel. I love the concept of beer gardens, such a fun and happy atmosphere that aren't filled with thousands of drunk people, but instead thousands of people who like to socialize ...
... It is truly shocking to think that humans could do such things to one another. We caught a bus and train back into the city and then went and saw the Town Hall (beautiful old building) and Frauenkirche (cathedral). We then did a bit of shopping along the main street in Munich and then went to see St Peters Church. By this time we were starving as we'd been so busy sightseeing that we hadn't eaten since that morning. We headed to Hofbräuhaus, which is the ...