Landgasthof & Hotel Forstwirt
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... in honour of the French King, super crazy! To top off the crazy there were five rooms that we walked through that were built as museums to Versaille and were never actually used, the were built without function. The castle cost as much as two of his other castles put together and he only finished twenty of the seventy rooms because he ran out of money, who would have thought?! We enjoyed the castle tour but were then rather ...
... only around $9. The same price I paid for a single beer at the airport. We took these back to Manu's place and talked until I started falling asleep. Someone took the liberty to place a tiny hat on my head to make me look silly. I decided it was time for sleep and headed into the bedroom for some much needed rest.
Bonnie, Tom and Carlos went for a night stroll and apparently got lost. They used their phone GPS to find their way back. ...
... we both want to come back to. We stopped off at the Hofbräuhaus for some traditional German food. From Pork Knuckles to giant pretzels and of course a beer, the journey to the beer garden was well worth it. Although cycling after a beer proved to be quite fun. I think Zo & I were both better after lunch. We stopped off to see the Munich surfers which was probably one of the most interesting and coolest things we have seen. They seem to have absolutely no ...
Our self contained apartment is really nice and big. Only about 300 metres from the train station so very handy. There's a share washing machine and dryer too so we will have clean clothes again. It's raining today. A perfect day to do our washing and then sit in the hop on hop off bus. Munich is a high flyer city in Germany ...
... smell of Gluhwein seeps through the market and makes
everything more cheerful. This is a main difference between European winters
and Australian winters. Here, you rug up, do fun things and have reasons to go
out and tolerate the cold. In Australia, we don't really dress that warmly and winters
kind of suck and we just deal with their miserable-ness and wait for Summer.
During our time in Munich we used a drop-off laundromat (only 20 Euros for 2 ...