Golden Tulip Olymp Hotel
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... like a mayhem the last weeks.. now however it is pretty much empty here. We sleep on an air mattress and we don't even have a chair at home. Because we had a shopping ban the last year, Mathilde had to open up her creative side and decided to also do a favour for mother nature - she made a new pair of shorts out of her old pants. ...
... over-the-top, let-them-eat-cake monarchy, it was still impressive and well worth the visit.
We strolled through the Hofgarten, Munich's former royal gardens, and the English Garden. This park is larger than Central Park, and features a river winding through it. Walking riverside, a churning section of the river creates such a huge rapids that Munich surfers have claimed it, and can be seen ...
... wing-back chairs for as long as we liked. The cafe was filled with dozens of 20-and-30-something, clearly in no rush to leave. As we considered whether or not to stay (the price was a little steep), we looked outside and saw the sky posed to great a risk to any outdoor enjoyment, so we spent the next almost three hours reading, writing, and munching on everything you could imagine possible in a delicious modern homemade brunch--from bacon to barley-spinach risotto. Our trip ...
... in a beer and a Grosse Brenz'n (a very large pretzel). We walked over to Viktualienmarkt which has food stalls and other items for everyday living. Naturally it has an area for beer drinking and food. Think that food is secondary to beer in Munich. We then walked back to the hotel, getting a little lost on the way. Went out for a light Chinese dinner and called it a ...
We packed up today to say goodbye to Luzern and head to Munich. It was close to 5 hours by train to travel to Munich. We always get to sit in first class, so there is a bit more room than we would have in second class. We try to sit in 4 seats that are together, 2 facing each other. Ezzie met a friend on the train to Munich. There was a 2 year old boy, Vincent, ...