Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing
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... and spires. The plaza was full of people and an event was in progress,though we never find out what it was.
We walked through the city center, visiting churches and stores and parks, ending up at the Hofgarten.
Before heading back to the hotel, we had dinner at Augustinier Klosterwirt near the fountain in front of the Fraueskirsch. Four kinds of sausage and a sweet kraut with beer.
... just around the side of their apartment complex..winning!! We walked into the apartment and were greeted by Cynthia's husband Dave, her mum Barbara and her aunty Deb who were also staying with the Mark's and Cynthia's daughter Shae. It happened to be Shae's birthday so after we settled in we all went out for dinner to celebrate. The next morning we were all up bright and early as we were heading to Salzburg for the day. It only took a couple of hours to get there, so now ...
... included the visit of Werder Bremen to play Bayern Munich ( much singing ) and assorted drunks of various nationalities in lederhosen ( and not much else ). We came across an ebullient stag party of Brtitish military types, drinking industrial quantities of beer. We were also struck by the very chic and stylish inhabitants of Munich, and the profusion of bicycles everywhere, courtesy of proper cycle paths.
It has been a gruelling and tiring day, our first big city ...
... shared a few laughs and a few beers in the middle of the street. They were fascinated that we were from Colorado, because they all were snowboarders. Likewise jake and I were fascinated by them and the places they had skied and traveled. Again, leaving friends an parting ways, we exchanged facebook information and headed back to our apartment. We got in around 2 am, making it a solid 16 hour day of drinking. You could say Oktoberfest was a success :) And yes I will be going back next ...
... so we stopped in a Munich original, McDonaldorf's in order to imbibe the sweet nectar of the caffeine gods, that is coca cola. With energy returned (partially) we made it through the rest of the day walking about different parts of the city we hadn't been before, with the ability to hop on the always on-time unground system to get to farther away neighborhoods. We meandered down countless charming streets in the ...
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