Hotel Cocoon Sendlinger Tor
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... my hostel with no phone or internet. I had walked nearly continuously whilst in Vienna and decided to spoil myself with the rare treat of a taxi to the hostel. Imagine my delight to be waved away by the taxi driver when I pointed to the address I had written down and aimed in the direction of an adjacent street. Better news was to follow when, the presumably Australian owned, wombats hostel presented me with a free ...
... that might be shouted at a soccer game and prompted you to cheers your mates and have a sip. The words you sing of course you can't really get wrong, because no one has ever sung them sober.
Both young and old alike are dressed up in lederhosen and dirndls too (traditional german wear). Some a little more revealing than others making it easy to spot the foreigners. Hot tip for ladies, the tradition ...
... to be a lot of high end stores in this part of Munich. These include stores like Louis Vuitton, Gucci and the Bucherer jewelry chain (I always like to stop and admire the €10,000 Rolex Watches in their display windows). It wouldn't seem that all of these would be affordable by tourists, so they must cater to very wealthy visitors. My second observation was that the city seems to be more "multi-cultural" than it was on my last trip to Munich, based on the people ...
... Had a sandwich at a local shop with great looking pastries. Took the tram back to our hotel area. Finally checked in and got somewhat organized. Since we only got a few hours sleep on the plane, we went out for an early dinner at a restaurant recommended by Rick Steves (La Vecchia Masseria) not too far from the hotel. It lived up to his kudos. Crashing early.
... The things we saw were so real. Reading about mass death is one thing. We looked at pages of paper stacked thicker than a phone book of the names of everyone who died there. There was a tomb containing the ashes of all the unidentifiable dead. We saw the real shower facilities and sleeping areas. It was sick, but it was a really powerful experience. I'm glad I got the chance to go to a place like that. Most historical places I have visited in my life and on this trip ...