City Aparthotel Munchen
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Beer, beer, beer, beer.
Beer halls, fair rides, sausages, sauerkraut (no caraway seeds) and brezn (pretzels)! On our way to Englad Seth and I just had to take a stopover in Munich to partake in Oktoberfest (it's kind of on the way). What else do I need to say:)
... and found, a crepe stand for some food! They're obsessed with Nutella in Europe, it's everywhere, and this place was no exception. Nikita ordered a Nutella crepe, and the man serving us thought it was the very best crepe on the menu. I don't like Nutella all that much. Not enough chocolate flavour, too much hazelnut. The home brand choc-hazelnut spread was always so much better balanced in flavour growing up. Anyway, I digress (that's quickly becoming the most common recurrence ...
... the area jam packed. Still, there were some beautiful sights to see. I have a ton of pictures from today because it seemed every time I turned around, there was something outstanding that I just had to take a picture of. Some I knew what they were...others I had no idea. I just liked them.
At any rate, we left the hordes of people and headed to the English Garden. It reminded me a bit of Central Park in New York. This huge, beautiful park ...
... one, we went back down to get the metro back to Florenc. This is when Darren looked at the tickets, and saw that the departure place actually WAS written on it, and I obviously hadn't read the ticket properly! Oops! Luckily we made it back to the station in time, and with about 5 minutes to spare, jumped on the bus to take us to Munich! We snoozed, chilled and listened to music for the five hour trip, and had a stopover at one stage for some food ...
... The bridge itself was kind of shady with wooden floorboards that bend beneath your feet but the breathtaking, fairy tale like view makes it worth it. After this we headed up to the actual castle and on the way there's yet another little landing where people seem to stop to get yet another breathtaking view of the mountain along with the Hohenschwangau castle which is the one where King Ludwig spent his childhood. We stopped here and Austin told us the story of ...