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... pride themselves on their wines,
and often restaurants feature wine made on their island – and sometimes even by
the family that owns the restaurant. White wines predominate, but a few places
make reds as well. Carafes of local wine are usually pretty economical, so we
often ordered them with meals. It was fun to taste the local products, and they
were generally pretty good – nothing to write home about, but usually not bad.
Our overall favorite ...
... so Gary and I had a look around the shops in Munich. I hate shopping at the best of times, and particularly on holiday, but I did need a new handbag and was lucky enough to find a really nice one in one of the department stores.
We walked right down to the Hauptbahnhof in order to purchase our Bayern tickets ready for our trip to Neuschwanstein Castle the next day. The centre of Munich is very attractive, but the area around the station left a lot to ...
... with onion domes and is the largest gothic chruch in southern Germany. Inside is the tomb of Ludwig IV King of Bavaria. The arches from the inside are so very tall, amazing what was built between 1468 and 1488.
On down the street to Karls Tor or Karls Gate, which overlooks Karlsplatz, and an Ice Skating rink. We stopped for some street food with kraut and sausage. And as ice skating lessons began, we watched the children as the slid across ...
... to get the luggage to the plane. It didn't bother us though because we were asleep shortly after we sat down. Touched down in Munich at 9ish, and got a taxi to our hostel. Already Munich is starting to look much nicer than any of the other places we've visited, mainly because their roads here actually make sense. Majority of other places we've been its almost like there's no road rules. We dumped our stuff in the luggage room of the hostel as it ...
For now ill keep it fairly short, as our train departs early in the morning and some last packing up is still in order.
Happy Father's Day to John Turner and Colin Lewis, thanks for letting your crazy sons hop the pond and go on this adventure!
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