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... chimes makes the area more vibrant. Munich has a rich heritage as the city of beer and beer gardens. We spent the afternoon relaxing and walking around. Hofbräuhaus beer garden is the most popular place in town and its huge. For Germans 1 ltr of beer is standard. They can have 3-4 without any trouble. We also visited a local market, Viktualienmarkt - one of the oldest markets in ...
Today marks the third day in my Palace hat-trick consiting of the Neue Residenz in Bamberg, Kaiserberg in Nuremberg and finally Nymphenberg in Munich. I got the tram out and given it was a pretty sunny day, especially in contrast to what I've had lately, I first went for a walk around the grounds. The grounds were beautiful! I walked about halfway down the canal and then crossed to the other side and saw the Pagodenburg, which is a Chinese ...
... to close. Justin ordered his coffee, and as he waited he noticed cakes in the display case. Unable to resist, he ordered a slice covered in chocolate, and as it was closing time she gave him the last two. After a 45 min search in the parking lot for our car, we drove back to Munich and shared some German double chocolate cake. We arrived at our flat around 8:30pm, and starved for food we sought out a hipster burger joint called The Potting Shed with free-range beef and ...
... thing though, but we later found out that the heart signified that Germany had a big heart. (Not sure why they would have heart gingerbreads in Salzburg since Salzburg is in Austria not Germany … but we went with it.)
Anyway, we found a very chatty cab driver to talk us to our hotel. He informed us that he also works as a clown at a childrens' hospital … seriously … and even put on his red nose when he was driving. Anyway, he actually provided us ...
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