Novotel Munchen Messe
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... t a wasted day, and of course it's a good story to tell!
Once the train arrived back in Munich, we were all pretty hungry, So me Daniel and Maria decided to head to the markets to get some food. After queuing for 20 minutes, I finally got some currywurst, which is traditional German dish of sausages with curry sauce. We then went to get a feuerzangenbowle! This is glühwien with rum and sugar, which is then set alight and served. Just as good as the Glühwien I had in ...
... with the wrong street name which would have sent Abba and me on a scenic ride to find a parking garage somewhere 6 kilometers away. Thankfully we outsmarted her brilliantly and made it to the right place. Our hotel is just a couple of blocks from the city center, and after getting situated in our hotel we decided to have a look around.
Next thing we knew we were sitting in a biergarten with a pile of wurst and 3 tickets to "We ...
... of Germany to stay with his Uncle in Munich for the week and come enjoy a few steins of beer and the atmosphere by himself. He was an extremely personable man and it appeared his schtick was to camp out at this table and ensnare new victims to be his drinking buddies for a few hours until the next victim came along. We were all too happy to play along. He informed us in broken English that he had just met the young men and they were on their lunch break from work. (Now that's ...
Monday 15 July
Trip to Munich was ok until we got close to campsite and satnav's destination wasn’t even close. Roadworks and narrow streets with badly parked cars didn’t help either. Pitch was very narrow with two Norwegian motorhomes on one side and a small German one on the other. The Germans sat outside their camper with rather loud music emanating from inside. Fortunately they ...
... skies. We spent about 2 hours here wandering the grounds, walking around the stadium, and enjoying the architecture before walking back to the U-bahn station. The grounds are free; the tower charges admission.
Before leaving, we took a peek inside the BMW museum; it's right across the street from the station and it's free. The usual suspects were on display, as well as a hydrogen-powered car, and also a neat concept car that's ...