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... inside i found there to be almost another city inside, the place was full of people and light and was pretty amazing.
After that i decided to take a train a few stops to have a look at the English Gardens. It was about 10 minutes by train and about a 20 minute walk. I found the way alright however i did have to use my phone a few times to get my bearings again. In the middle of the park they have an mini Hoffbrauhaus in which you can order beers and get lunch.
We slept in a bit and woke up to sunshine! After Matt made a lovely breakfast, we headed out to sightsee under blue skies. Our first stop was Munich's #1 tourist attraction, the Residenz. This is the former Bavarian king's palace and museum in the center of town. While most of it was bombed to pieces during WWII, it has been well restored back to its previous grandeur. If you've ever been to Versailles or ...
... in our gentrified neighbourhood of Schwabing (former home of boho-artists; now those artists have grown up and drive Audi's). The restaurant--reminiscent of any hipster bar in Toronto with hard wood, bare bulbs, and indi-North American music--was recommended by Lonely Planet, and while Justin's Canadiana burger was exactly what he expected, Christina's shook her world and she had to declare for everyone working that it was the best veggie burger she ever ate. The next at 11 ...
We almost missed breakfast today at the hotel since we slept until 9:30 AM. Guess we were tired. We walked over to the Marienplatz area and arrived just in time to see the glockenspiel perform in the tower of the New Town Hall (Neues Rathaus) at noon. The Neo-Gothic building is quite a sight. This area is full of upscale stores and is great for people watching. We next ...
... and vast. Although a bit of a trek to get there, visiting the architectural masterpiece of Neuschwanstein castle is a 'must do' if you have the time to do it. A tip though, make sure you book your ticket online in advance to avoid extremely (up to 4 hours!) long waits to go inside the castle but even if you don't get to see inside the scenery of the site alone is breathtaking as is the rest of the Bavarian ...