Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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... center, Marienplatz, and found the tour group for Dachau. Our tour guide was a friendly English man named Tom. We also met a few other people from our group including Andrea and Luis, siblings who lived in Fort Lauderdale and LA and then Amanda and Brandon, two students from UF. The group took a subway to the main train station, a train out to Town of Dachau, and then a bus to the concentration camp just outside the city limits.
... each day. There are 43 bells and it is the largest in Germany. This began a very full day of drinking in the ambiance of this huge cityscape: window shopping, people watching, tasting new foods—wonderful! Next we spent the best 23.5 euros so far on a 3-way ticket to see the Residenz Museum (royal chambers), the Schatzkammer ...
... This was bad news for me because so far I have barely slept on these bus rides. My friend who I was sitting with though gave me a benadryl and it knocked me out. I barely remember this bus ride. Apparently we got stuck in 2 hours of traffic so I'm glad I slept through that. Even the stops we made on the way are a total blur. It's a good thing I slept though because as soon as we got there our day started. We got our first beers at noon. Yea remember that traffic...it set ...
... Erin's bubbly apple juice addiction was sending us broke back in Perth, even though we have a Sodastream!
The following morning we headed to Allianz Stadium, the main soccer (football) stadium in Munich and where the 2006 World Cup final was held. The stadium isn't easy to get to and is actually a fair distance from the city center. It was slightly more difficult to get to than normal though because work was under way on the train line that you need ...
... snow. In the middle of the square is a huge glockenspiel, which the tour guide said was one of "the most overrated tourist attractions in the world", but mom and I thought it was very cool. It played a song twice everyday and the little figurines inside would dance, just like Its a Small World. Everyone would gather in the square to watch it. We wondered the freezing snow covered city looking at old, beautiful buildings. Munich to me seemed like something ...