Fleming'S Hotel Muenchen-Schwabing
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... All this occurs from a large bell tower that over looks the Marienplatz Square.
We then spent the next three hours walking around Munich with Ben pointing out the historical monuments which were restored to their former glory during the reconstruction after WW2. Munich suffered extensive bombing during the war as it was one of the main headquarters of the Nazi party.
It became very clear early on in the tour that beer is a highly valuable commodity ...
... walked through another area where we were invited to a short mass in a church located on the site. After that we walked over to the section where the crematorium was. We walked through and learned about how horrible these innocent people were treated. It was extremely brutal to actually be on this site but I was very interested to learn about this piece of history.
After Dachau, we took the train back to Munich where we had lunch in the train station at a ...
... the women's island). Another thing to note is that many beers in Germany came from monasteries and are still associated with the monastery where they started (whether the monastery is still functioning or not). Yep, monks were into beer.
After lunch we walked over to the palace. The walk was longer than I would have liked, it was hot and my feet were very very sore. When we arrived at the palace I immediately saw the resemblance between it and ...
... s even sells it. Disappointingly it's not from the soda fountain, though. They poor your bottled beer into a paper Mickey D's cup.
us, take this under consideration if you decide to order meatloaf in
Munich. It's not what you're used to at home, rather you'll find
yourself served up a warm, one inch thick slice of what most would style
as Bologna, as Katie found out ...
... stand on the walk there and went straight to the tents. It was crazy how many people were waiting at each tent and how hard it was to sneak in! But eventually after hours of searching we found a group of people to give us their table! (This was amazing because usually it costs 400 dollars a person to sit at this table!) It was awesome from there on out, We all ordered steins and had an awesome time! After we had our fair share of drinking ...