Eurostars Grand Central
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Good room. Quiet. Good position. Helpful staff. Great g&t. Not so good choice of bar food. Reasonable breakfast.
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We set out today to Dachau after seeing some of our fellow Esperancites off at breakfast. We decided(I mean me but was being polite) to take the s2 train and bus so off to Hauptbahnhof we went full of trepidation but with iPhone app in hand. All went swimmingly with a fast 10 minute trip out to dachau station and then a connecting bus to the …
... into the main square and it started to snow, at last - Liam thought it was amazing seeing it fall from the sky, and so quiet, he tried catching it with his tongue and watched it fall on his jacket. Time for a coffee and we couldn't resist the choice of cakes. We finished just in time to watch the Glockenspiel chime, the tower forms part of the town hall and chimes 3 times a day and re-enacts two stories from the 16th century consisting of 43 bells and 32 life ...
... set with smoked salmon, butter, bread basket
-Bavarian sausage with pretzel. Pun sir reminded me of the sausages via WhatsApp the night before. Great white sausages :)
During lunch it was raining, then we returned to Marienplatz by train. We hopped around, looked for Jack Wolfskin. I didn't like the bags. Then we went into Muller and bought 40 euros ...
... side. At the far end, another mountain formed the western barrier of the lake, and as we sat we watched the sun set behind it. The end of the trail lead us through the little town that had sprung up around Konigssee. Much like Niagara Falls, it was gaudy and full of souvenir shops. It had been a long day and we had a long drive back to Munich still to come, so justin stopped to get a coffee at a tiny cafe. When we entered, the proprietor was wearing an apron and vacuuming, ...
... was our last visit for the day. This car-free area leads through a great shopping district - in the 12th century this was the town's main commercial area. St Michael's Church sits in this area and is one of first great Renaissance buildings north of the Alps. It was built in the late 1500's and has a brilliantly decorated interior. Time to retreat back to our apartment but we will return to this area as there is more we want to see.