Hotel Konigswache - a SNR Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... at all the rides and beer tents.
On our way out I wanted to look for a place to have a quick beer. I found a small beer garden (Paulaner brewery) and so Bonnie, Miah, Tom and I had a beer. You have to pay 3 Euro extra for the glass and they give you a blue chip so you can turn in the glass after you are done to get the 3 Euro back. We finished our beers and headed back to the subway so ...
... singles or couples.
I tried my best German to ask for the ...
... The band that was playing was Michael Rosenberg (the Passenger they call him here). He sings "Let her go" but I am sure you all know that.
By 10 o'clock it was getting dark so we headed back to our room and I am pretty sure Tadd was asleep before his head hit the pillow, but since I am dedicated to writing this blog, I am still awake and journalling about my day.
We arrived in Munich and met up with Ina and her boyfriend Flovian (nickname Flo) for dinner at a traditional Bavarian restaurant. Jerm got the traditional "knuckle of pork" which he loved. We also walked around the city's huge city park, Englischer Garten. Very green and pretty, even had a portion of river with a wave and surfers. Pretty neat for the center of a city. We walked around the ...
... also pretty progressive and modern, unlike Italy. Going to Munich was probably one of the best weekends of my study abroad experience. In our group there were only about 10 of us including out tour guides so it was a nice small group so we were able to really explore and get to know each other. On Thursday I am set to go to Berlin to begin my Spring Break adventure and I already can't wait to be back in Deutschland!