City Aparthotel Munchen
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There were no staff at the bus station. The phones at the Eurolines number went unanswered. There was no information on their website. The only thing we could find was a timetable that the bus was coming all the way from Frankfurt. So we could only hope that they were horribly delayed. We sat there with a small group of other passengers waiting, and watching the Oktoberfest revellers stumble through. Finally, ...
... the ones I saw people eating at the beer garden yesterday. I looooove German pretzels and this one was bigger than my head! Oh, it made me so very happy and I munched on it contentedly as we toured the rest of the city. From the Marienplatz, we followed our guidebook's city walk, which took us all around the city center to several main sights. There were quite a few churches (four!) and we also saw some the grand streets built by the former kings of Bavaria. ...
... and then the sun shone and we joined the throngs that reappeared to see the glockenspiel come to life at 5. Having gone in for a look at St Peters while it was damp outside we were lining up to go to a concert in the cathedral. However, right near our hotel we spied the Gasteig philharmonia and theatre complex, so we grabbed a pre theatre meal there, very pleasant outdoor experience under trees, and entertained by buskers, ...
... arter maching an army to try and over throw the government but was stopped but 20 police officers. Once the walking tour was over it was time for a German lunch of bratwurst, roasted pork and a litre of beer. The roast pork as the best I have ever had sorry mum. The next day we strolled around the 1000 acre public park, and ventured to the main square were the ...
Today I finally was going to meet up with my tour group. However that wasn't until 7 so I had pretty much the entire day to myself to get in any last minute sight seeing I wanted to do. After hopping around on the U and S bahns to drop off my luggage at my next hotel I holed up in one of the many cafes around Marienplatz and snacked on some delicious pastries and read a book.
I spent the next 3 hours at The Residenz the home of the ruling Bavarian ...
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