BEST WESTERN Aparthotel Munchen
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... very close to Opatija, I headed there and found my usual seat waiting. I had a different waiter tonight and I ordered a green salad, Spaghetti Carbonara and of course wine. The food was excellent as usual. The place must have a good reputation, as it was packed and the noise level was at a “dull roar”.
It’s hard to believe that my visit to Munich is now coming to an end, and I’ll be heading for Ljubljana (Slovenia) tomorrow afternoon.
... München Hbf, fifteen minutes walk to the hostel, drop my bags, get a map, and following my roommate Josh's advice, head for the Marienplatz. Josh is about 22 years old, so it makes sense: overcrowded, shops and bars! Bah. However, the Marienplatz is really central in the Altstadt, so, I quickly took some side streets and there, magic happened! It was getting late in the afternoon, the sun was lower, and ...
... in the afternoon. For dinner we went to the Augustiner Beer Hall so I could show Mum the closest thing to Oktoberfest. Luckily Germany was also playing in the World Cup that night so it was a fun venue to watch the game at with lots of enthusiastic spectators! The next day was our only full sightseeing day in Munich. We started the morning at the Neue Rathaus which is like the town hall where they have have a glockenspiel show twice a day set to ...
... the half litre or full litre....and after 6pm only full litres can be purchased. The Pretzel Guy also wanders through the hall selling pretzels - and although they are huge...they taste just like the snack pretzels at home.
The locals who frequent the Hofbrauhaus regularly like to use their own stein mug (bit like having your coffee mug at work) so instead of lugging a huge ceramic vessel across town, you can whack a padlock on it and ...
... right way to communicate, share and simply describe what we saw. My colleagues that have been back at work already may also be struggling with this. It will take time. It will take lots of talking. I have so much to learn - and I didn't know where to even begin asking the questions. Now, I have so many resources around me to help me navigate this new territory. The second half of the adventure inspired me - got me thinking about different things and allowed me to simmer ...