Hotel Der Tannenbaum
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Today we had an early breakfast at the hotel since we were being picked up for our tour at 8 AM. Andy from Pure Bavaria Tours met us on time and with 6 other people (2 from La Jolla, brothers-1 from Salt Lake City, 1 from North Las Vegas, and 2 from Tennessee) we headed for Neuschwanstein Castle, about a two hour drive south of Munich. We made several stops along the way to see the obligatory churches but ...
... and merchants are doing business in the market.
I want to find the Schrannenhalle - a former grain exchange. We pop into a lebkuchen store. I can't resist the temptation and I buy a package lebkuchen and ask for directions. The store keeper is sweet and comes out into the rain to point the direction to the Schrannenhalle. We find it just as directed. The building has been developed into another foodies delight! There are housewares, ...
... was and the beauty standards of Asia. We also talked about immigration laws and the difficulty of finding jobs as an international student. Lastly we just talked about all the awesome journeys we had been on. The guy was just almost finishing off his 2 month Europe backpacking trip and the two girls were almost just starting. Looking at them I actually felt really lucky that I got to such an extended period in Europe where I was able to both live a normal life while traveling a lot during the weekends. ...
... of town. Had a quick grub at the station itself (pretzels and
McDonalds). We then took the tram no 17 we headed towards the Schloss
Nymphenburg. It was already staring to rain lightly and we got wet. Pity
chandini. I at least had a hooded jacket. But once inside we spent
another 90mins in there visiting the main palace and the gallery of
beauties. This was the summer palace of the Bavaraian ruling dynasty.
Its opulent and dedicated by the king to all ...
... ingredient it's not legally a Black Forest cake.
We've arrived into the world of Oktoberfest. Although we are staying one night on the outskirts of Munich before we head in tomorrow, it's clear as day we need traditional outfits - lederhosen and a dirndl. We weren't going to due to the exorbitant amount of money they ask for them, even in the cheaper shops. But we can't be the only ones there not dressed up. As it's a public holiday in Germany tomorrow we had 3 hours to ...