Hotel & Hostel Hallbergerhof
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... seen it from both below and above. We then decided to taste test our way around the Viktualienmarkt Sue tried some Devine pestos, we both had a fresh juice and some of the fatest cherries every eaten. It is Christmas fruit season over here. The Hofbräuhaus was our last tourist stop where we had dinner. A pork knuckle and dumpling, sauerkraut, veal sausages and a litre of dark Hofbräuhaus beer (in Benjamin's honour and as requested). We ...
... through the narrow train doors and up the stairs was the most difficult part! Munich was a bit of an eye opener, not as clean as either Frankfurt or any of the towns we'd passed on our ride. Lots of homeless people. Lots of things to remind us of home, McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Hut, even a few places I didn't know we're multinationals - Mister Minit (the security/key cutting place). We went to watch the Glockenspiel ...
... of people walking their dogs or jogging. We took some photos of the gardens and the palace so hopefully you can see just how large and over the top it is. We then got back on the bus and headed for the Englisher Garten (English garden) which is a huge urban parkland. Where the bus dropped us was a bit of a hike to get to where we wanted to go and it started to snow quite heavily! The gardens were very nice and we even came across some people ...
... some good friends, who I'm certain I'll never forget. After two liters of beer we decided to go on an adventure and find some food near the university. We found delicious fresh curry, and a healthy salad. I randomly found a local German band that was playing a show that night in Munich. We took a 15 minute train ride out side the city to see the Broadway killers. The venue was amazing, but pretty empty. It appeared the band didn't have a very good following, but they were ...
I think this is going to be my shortest blog yet. The benefits of alcohol and jetlag! Our first night in our tent was..well..snug. Ro barely fit in the tent and with two blow up mattresses there wasn't much room left for two large backpacks. With the nights being cold and some rain predicted, it wasn't a smart move to leave them outside the tent..not to mention the backpacks being susceptible to drunken people and possible theft. However, it was hard to fit them in and not touch ...