Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Olympiapark
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Hungover this morning but had to get up again for round 2! Julie and Emma were both spewing while getting ready and Pheobe hadn't even come home!! Met pheobs at the Oktoberfest entry and went in again for round 2 of drinking. We didn't realize that the halls had opened early for the last day (not 10am like we hoped) so we had no chance of getting a table indoors. Managed to get a good seat outside but damn ...
It rained all night. We couldn't believe how much snow had fallen! Our hike yesterday is completely snowed over. Thankfully there's none on the road where we are. We found somewhere warm for a coffee and wifi before heading to Munich. After setting up the ...
... were first there and had the place to ourselves for a bit. Then we came back to work on the next train travel to Fussen which entailed lines, passports and stamps to get ready to use the Eurail pass.
Next up we headed to Nyphenburg Palace (a real name) to see the palace and grounds. The best part was all the ducks and swans on the waterways. These royals ...
... have a special ambiance. A progressive city without a doubt, it is also the place to find the best known German stereotypes - huge beer halls, traditional German "oompah" bands and people wearing lederhosen. Fascinating and likable, Munich is the perfect German city to visit if you want to experience the old and new. Without a doubt it is easy to understand why internationally it is considered a city where past meets the present and future.
... tables and tents for the big party. Since the street party didn't start until 4pm, Caroline and I decided to take the kids on a short run with us along the Isar river because none of us had gotten much exercise while on safari. Sam Jackson was game, but Catherine had to be dragged along kicking and screaming. This may not have been our best idea, but we eventually made it back to the apartment. We spent a few hours catching up on laundry, reading ...