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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bayernland Munich
Hotel Bayernland is conveniently located near the main train station. You can walk anywhere from there. The room was nice and the breakfast was beyond incredible!
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... train back to Zurich. We then walked to yet another lookout for another view of Zurich, before catching a tram home.
I caught the 8-40am train to Schaffhausen the following morning. My farmer friend & his little boy met me at the station & we went back to the farm. When I stayed with my friend 5 years ago, he was single, but he now has a wife & two young children. I met his wife at the farm & because my friend had some jobs to do, I went for a walk ...
We arrived from the airport by train - 45 minute ride, wow I thought Edmonton International airport was out in the country. It started to rain once we got checked into our hotel but we headed out to the Marienplatz to see the sights anyways. Young Men in lederhosen and young women in dirndl dresses walking everywhere. I think there was a party we were missing out on. We decided to have a beer ...
... smell of Gluhwein seeps through the market and makes
everything more cheerful. This is a main difference between European winters
and Australian winters. Here, you rug up, do fun things and have reasons to go
out and tolerate the cold. In Australia, we don't really dress that warmly and winters
kind of suck and we just deal with their miserable-ness and wait for Summer.
During our time in Munich we used a drop-off laundromat (only 20 Euros for 2 ...
... heard of such a show) that we were in for a real treat. We had dinner beforehand at a restaurant called Caravan which was very trendy and delicious; I tried blood pudding! When we got to the theater, they were selling hats, light sticks, big foam thumbs, and fairy wings that the audience could wear just for fun. My coworker, Sue, bought me and Kathryn the fairy wings so we put them on for no reason at all. The pantomime was filled with slap stick humor, puns, and a drag ...
... included the visit of Werder Bremen to play Bayern Munich ( much singing ) and assorted drunks of various nationalities in lederhosen ( and not much else ). We came across an ebullient stag party of Brtitish military types, drinking industrial quantities of beer. We were also struck by the very chic and stylish inhabitants of Munich, and the profusion of bicycles everywhere, courtesy of proper cycle paths.
It has been a gruelling and tiring day, our first big city ...