Carat Hotel & Apartments Munchen
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We are back in Munich after a full day. Jerry took me to some of the places that I wanted to return to; Veste Coburg (Fortress Coburg) and the brewery/restaurant where they make Rauchbier (smoked beer) in Bamberg- Schlenkerla.
We enjoyed a nice breakfast at the castle hotel Schloss Hohenstein. It was a short drive to Veste Coburg. …
We arrived mid afternoon on a cloudy day. The flight was good; paying for the premium economy on Lufthansa was well worth it. More leg room and I actually got to sleep a bit.
We checked into the Carat Hotel on Lindwurmstrasse and have a nice small apartment just a few steps from Sendlinger Tor. We walked over to the Christkindl Markt which …
... so we all sat out there and got Oktoberfest started.
We then headed to the next tent. Here we ended up joining groups with a bunch of guys from London, and making probably the loudest table at this tent. It was so fun cheers-ing and singing. We kept inviting more people to join us too, since you could tell they obviously wanted to be part of the "cool" group.
Last, we ended up at the ...
... able to rent bikes near the train station and explore the entire thing! It is a gorgeous park and we had a lot of fun! If I haven't mentioned this before, I've decided that riding bikes through parks is one of my favorite activities. This park has everything - lots of trees, ponds, beer gardens, and people-watching. Interestingly, in some of the less populated areas you can find people trying to get full body tans (if you know what I mean). For this ...
-Wake up at 5am to leave at 6:20am -Drive 2 hours to Schwangau -Hike a mile up to Neuschwanstein castle -Take pictures waiting for tour time -Tour of castle -Go to the famous bridge where all the really good pictures of the castle are taken from (which was a solid 20 minute hike) -Go down the mountain -Along the way, there was a restaurant/shop thing that was opening. Got a donut hole thing called a Quarkbällchen. The best thing ...