Drei Loewen Hotel
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... Munich has a beautiful park that we were told by multiple people to see. There is a fast-flowing river that flows in all directions throughout the park. We have been so lucky to see all the fall colors at their peak times here in Germany. The park was beautiful and Blake and I spent the day collecting leaves and then building a artistic tree collage (see pics). Caught up in all of the fall splendor, we almost ...
... more than one million people attended the festival. There are 14 large beer tents,
On Thursday we arrived in Munich around 6:30pm and after getting to our hostel and eating dinner, we went to bed to prepare for an early day on Friday. Friday started at 6:30am to arrive to the festival by 8am. Our hostel was so far away from the festival to save money, but it took an hour with the combination of the buses and metros we had to take. We got in line at ...
... gardens we went.
At the English Gardens there is a man made wave - quite popular with surfers. We went and checked them out. It was pretty impressive! We then sat down for our picnic. I couldn't believe how good the €3 cheese was! Once we finished our picnic we went for a long walk around the gardens. and then, being as exhausted as we ended up heading back to the hostel for a nap. A well deserved nap. Once we awoke feeling ...
Such a lovely place, Munich. Sleeping with the windows tilted or wide open…listening to the sounds from the pedestrian walkway. We began this day with our leisurely hotel breakfast. Then we headed out to embrace the cool weather while taking a city walk. We had time for shopping for granddaughter dolls and finding treats we walked the City Center sites. Tommy found apple strudel and sausages galore. I toured palaces and ...
... and it was so juicy and tender. Again, we all ordered steins of German dark beer. Just one of these huge beers is enough to tie you over for a while, as German beer is about 3% stronger than beer in America. Later that night, we met up with another one of my foreign exchange friends, Victoria. Her and four of her friends drove into Munich for the night, and we all went to a bar to hang out. It was a great time. All of her friends could speak English so we got to talk a ...