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We arrived in Munich on Monday afternoon to a crazy cold front. Everyone was wearing winter coats! Of course, I had to do some shopping on our first venture out. I'm ready for fall, just not sure how I will get everything home. We are staying in an 4th floor walk up in an area called Schwabing. ...
... places we should visit if time permitted. We managed most of them.
Apart from yesterday we've had really good weather on this trip. Hot temperatures up in the early 30s.
Hotel WiFi still not very reliable for uploading pictures so, sorry, I'll do them when I can.
Tomorrow we've got 2.10pm flights so the day will be filled with getting to the airport and flying back to Bristol via Schiphol.
Check back soon for the pictures!
... King Ludwig did finish Linderhof and lived there for 8 years before he died.
We arrived back in Munich at 1930; it was a long day, but it was certainly a quick and easy way to cover a lot of ground. I didn’t find either the guide or the other people on the tour to be particularly convivial, so I was very glad to leave them all behind at the end of the day. I hot-footed it to Victualienmarkt; one of the ...
... JD had some African beer and I had some honey wine. We ordered a combo plate for two. It was huge, there were tortilla style things that you were meant to eat with. It was all finger food. I loved it, JD was less impressed. Also, if you read this Kasey, I finally found a restaurant that encouraged me to eat my salad with my fingers!!! We had a great time and quite a long walk back to our hotel. Frankfurt was a beautiful city and exceeded both our ...
... we met a friendly German girl with a Pakistani boyfriend who gave us some tips; they were spending a second day here and, later, we realized we should have, too. All of our preconceptions about Venice would soon vanish: “it’s sinking into the sea, it’s dirty and crowded, it’s old and crumbling.” Well, yes, ...