GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Nymphenburg
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... date on it. I wish I could understand why Deutsche Bahn wasn't able to sell me a ticket coming into Zagan, but could sell one for the outbound trip?
The train first arrived at Forstz (Lauzitz) where I switched trains, and then to Cottbus where I again moved to a different train. More passengers were boarding at each stop, and many of them seem to be high school students heading for class. Next was a change in Leipzig (a much larger station) where I moved ...
... the few finished rooms of King Ludwig's castle. King Ludwig died before the castle could be finished. This is the castle that gave Walt Disney the inspiration for his Sleeping Beauty Castle.
After the tour we drove to a farm where we had some fresh cheese and coldcuts and of course a beer. We all agreed to head back to Munich after this break rather than stop at another church. A wise decision. ...
... on the same day, I booked one overnight in München. Could have booked more, but I am not that into big cities.
In the airport, waiting for my bags at the carousel, a video on a screen. BMW, go to that restaurant, BMW, beware of pickpockets, BMW, museums in München, BMW, a bank advertisement, BMW, welcome to München, BMW... ok ok got it. Here is the hometown of BMW ;-)
From the airport, S-bahn ...
... I woke up early to beat the crowds and get the amazing view. Well, I got there a little to early... It was closed so I walked up to the wall and decided to return to the hostel to eat rather than wait another 20 minutes for it to open. Unfortunately, I had to say "see you later" to my Australian brother, Matt, this morning. Travel is sad sometimes when you've made really good friends but then you have to leave the city. Regardless, it is awesome that we met the first ...
... we got into a bus to bring us to the train station and I stumble upon some engineering friends I hadn't seen in years in montreal, Mat and Katherine from Concordia! What a damn coincidence to meet people you never see in your hometown halfway around the globe! We chatted for a while on that train ride, and they gave us recommendations on where to go in Munich not to miss anything.
We ended up trying out the Hofbrauhaus, the famous ...