Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... there, tripping over each other, we were THAT excited! The roomies and I roamed around the train station for awhile, wasting time until our bike tour. We found some casual dirndl and lederhosen shops, a chocolate store (which we visited at least four times), a few pretzel stands. I debated the entire trip wether or not I should buy this sweatshirt that I found at one of the stores. The front said "Oktoberfest" and then on the back there was a girl holding a beer and when ...
... of these. The main square of Marienplatz is dominated by the Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall). This was spectacular, inside and out. We got there just on 11 o'clock so the square was packed with people listening to the glockenspiel and watching the figure dance.
We wandered on into the Viktualienmarkt, a food market where we bought some berries (blackberries, wild strawberries and raspberries). I counted 8 delis in a row! We had lunch at a little bakery that had ...
On the 27th of April we took a flight from Barcelona to Munich. Munich is a large city with something to interest everyone. We spent 7 days in Munich and were never wanting for something to do. I am breaking the Munich post into several entries so you can view the ones that interest ...
... food. They kept sharing all their food with me wanting to teach me about German culture.
Before I knew it 5 hours had flown by and it was closing time. Our group left but the problem was that with so many thousands of people all flooding out at the same time I soon found myself separated from my group. I took a train to the stop closest to the hotel which was fine however without a map or even a street name to find the hotel I soon found myself asking passers-by ...
... famosa por los bier gartins (jardines de cerveza) y comida Bavariana. Me gustaron todas las salchichas que consumé, ˇy opino que el SAUERKRAUT era dulce!
After the tour I climbed up the 304 steps of the church steeple for a look at the city. Quite a view! Then I went back to the hostel for a nap. I met my roommates, a guy from Stuttgart, Germany and two sisters from Pennsylvania. The sisters met the German guy in Argentina, and ...