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- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... I jumped onto the walking tour this morning. Despite the rain it was well attended, so the tour guide probably made a decent amount out of tips. Though she was the first to explain that for each person there is an administration fee taken by the tour company to cover advertising and other costs. I don't think these walking tour guides get quite as good an income as I've imagined so far. Not that I'm going to tip any more than my usual ...
... at the famous Chinesischer Turn Beer Garden which seats 7000 people, the second largest Beer Garden in Munich. After massive plates of ribs, sausages, fries and Krautsalat (white cabbage salad) washed down with a couple of litres of beer we were back on the bikes heading towards the Isar River.
We stopped to watch some local surfers surfing the artificial waves in the park, the boys were both keen to have a go but it's a "locals only" sport. ...
... me keep my coffee cup so I have a pretty cool souvenir. It was a blast. We learnt the German word for cheers is roast! At 9, with only eating a muffin in the morning and half a pretzel we were starving. Cory was pretty drunk so he need a bit of guiding to get to the train station but we managed to get there to catch our train. He went to the bathroom in the train. He managed to slide the door open to enter but managed to get ...
... beer garden. Here i had lunch, then walked around the gardens some more. I then slowly walked back to the hostel checking out shops along the way.
Back at the hostel i did some laundry, read, uploaded pictures, did some packing and got ready for the next day. Before i left the hostel again i used the internet read some more and then headed over to the train station. I picked up some ...
... parking space. And we did it.Off to downtown and Sophiestrasse number 6. The building is the Third Reich main Financial Management building and we are there to see traditional barrel openings into the courtyard and a large German Eagle on the side of the building. Fair to say if I had to find this small street, 4 kilometers from our apartment with a city map I am sure to have failed, as the addresses is inside the inner city on a very narrow street that runs for probably ...