GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg
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Way too much history here to unpack but most definitely worth a Google if you get the urge. I will jump about a little here but hopefully it will all make sense.Bavaria, as with most if not all of the German States, was not s long ago, its own Kingdom. No doubt this explains the strong regional sense that folks in Munich entertain. In other words they seem themselves as Bavarian first and German second. This is not born ...
... at the receiving counter not the order counter. Streets are generally a lot cleaner and you pay attention to walk traffic lights, not like Italy were lights are just a mere suggestion. There is also a dedicated bike path on the side of the walking path that is up off the road, a great idea when you know its there, other wise to get bold over by bicycles, and there are many. Most cars you see are BMW, Mercedes, VW or Audi. Anyway we got to the museum and Liam was in ...
Another train trip with DB Bahn the national German carrier... From Salburg to Munich is only 1 hour 45 minutes travelling time .. A pleasant journey to take in the lush green countryside, even if it was shrouded in the foggy mist we've become accustomed to of late.
The lack of activity around the villages and farms seen are a reminder of the winter upon us.
With temps down to 2-3 degrees we ...
... being Europe, and the Germans being Europeans, the shops were all closed just after dinner when we arrived. As we passed the Glockenspiel on our left, stopping to take pictures of its extravagance, we turned a corner, after almost all hope was lost, to one lone light. Could it be? It can't be... It is! A souvenir shop with about twenty people crammed into a 5x5 ft area. We raced in as if we may be able to beat the others to our outfits.
... your dragon 2." We all loved it.
We couldn't visit Bavaria and not take the kids to the famous Neuschwanstein castle. This is the castle that Walt Disney used as inspiration for his iconic Disney Land castle, and has now become Disney's logo. Caroline and I had visited Neuschwanstein when we were in Germany to see my father in 2001, and both of us had fond memories of it. The castle is a two hour drive from Munich, half of which is ...