Park Inn by Radisson Munchen Ost
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Travel Blogs from Munich
... It looked like something out of a fairytale book. Little did I know it was even more impressive up close. I got my ticket for the museum, Hoenshwangau castle, and Neuschwanstein castle. My first tour started at 11:15 at Hoenshwangau. This castle was the home of King Ludwig when he was a child, as he grew older he planned the construction of Neuschwanstein just across the valley. King Ludwig was the definition of an idealist; he was actually declared mentally unfit to rule at a ...
... some Starbucks and a rest and then bought some souvenirs and were on our way back to the hotel. After this long day we needed some time to relax before dinner.
This night we went to the Lowenbrau Keller which is one of the famous beer places that is original. We ate outside in the biergarten because why not! I ordered a liter of beer in the big glass (because I wanted to take the glass home as a souvenir) and wiener schnitzel which was absolutely delicious. ...
'Twas the 6th coldest winter in European history, When spring would come was rather a mystery. All we yearned for was the sun, Preferably hit at a flat out run. So off to Munich airport we went, On a flight to Athens we were bent. We begged, we wailed, we pleaded, Yet not even the Internet conceded. Alas, our budgets did not coincide And thus a night ...
... descending on Munich for the festival lasting just over 2 weeks. The sight apparently sees 6000000 people (that’s right SIX MILLION) get into the festive spirit each year!!!!
We caught the u-bahn from just outside of munch into he center and popped out at the Rathaus (council chambers) which is home to the famous Munich glockenspiel. I was here 9 years ago and I must admit I had built the memory up in my minds eye but it was still quite cool to see it ...
... when Munich hosted the Summer Olympics. They have a ton of cool stuff at the park, but we just walked around and grabbed lunch—a bratwurst and a crepe. We’re not really used to being in the sun so we headed back to meet Lulu at her house and took a nap while we were waiting for her. She made us this cherry tea that her friend Liv (who we met later that night) brought back from Tokyo for her. We sat on their little balcony since it was so nice out. ...
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