ECONTEL HOTEL Muenchen
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... parts of the castle were under construction, so it wasn't going to be worth the long trip :( Knowing we were bummed, Chris totally surprised us with free tickets to a foodie event that takes place annually in Munich called Eat & Style. He recommended that we take his bikes to visit a palace in town and then take them to the event. The Nymphenburg palace and surrounding park was just beautiful. Once again, autum was ...
... each tent is required to keep 1/3 of the tables open without reservation, but as there are hundreds of thousands of people that come each day on the weekend, you have to get there early. We got into the tent by 10:10am, and even in those ten minutes almost every single seat in the capacity of the 7,000 person tent was already full! The people sitting had already drank half of their liter beers, people were running and singing, and the band was playing. Needless to say ...
... taking photos of her. Very rude! The husband finally got up and said something but of course the German man didn't really see he was doing anything wrong. It was around 9:30pm that we had finished our meal and I realised it was still light outside - how amazing! It had been a long day and we needed to sleep. Back to the hostel we went for a solid 9 hour sleep. I don't think I'd ever fallen to sleep that fast in my life before...
After a train delay in Innsbruck of about an hour, we finally made it to Munich. We grabbed a taxi to our rather modern looking hotel right at Viktualienmarkt, walking distance south of the main square of Marienplatz. We all slept on the train, so no pictures or fun stuff to report. We are happy and exhausted after our five countries in one day, and need some rest before tackling Munich ...
... you. More than that, though, the people this weekend made it what it is. Amy and I always have fun, but this time we were with Paul and Lawrence from school, we became great friends with our guides, Chris and Eddie, and we met up with a bunch of German friends for drinks on Saturday night. I will never forget this weekend as long as I live. Stay tuned next week for my Spring Break trip. I'll be hitting Berlin, Amsterdam, Paris and Barcelona. Until Next Time, ...