Travel Blogs from Munich
Today was the best Went to palace. Then we took bike tour and learned great history. I love bike tours now. Brendan was the official ass man of the group which meant he brought up the rear. Jess and Neilsons anniversary was today. My bike kept breaking but Neilson fixed it. We biked thru 2nd largest park ever behind Philly park. We learned …
... pictures of the outside around the fountains before heading into our castle tour inside. This castle was small but beautiful and very decorative.it was also very clear that it was only designed for one man as Ludwig the 2nd did not like company. After this stop we headed into a town that had fairy tales painted onto the facades of their homes, very cute. Here we stopped off for some souvenirs... May have bought a cuckoo clock ...
... anyone else noticed but around this building were hundreds of tiny Santa Clause flowers floating around. I noticed it. Conicedece or not? So it is hard to believe that this happened, but it did the tour gave us enough information to take away with us and to remember that lives were lost and we should never forget that. I shall leave this journal with this... "Honour the dead and Warn the Living" A garden with monuments are all around with one inscription: Think upon how we died ...
... it had been a warm sunny day, so it was pretty toasty inside! The view of the grounds wasn't too inspiring given that they were empty, so it was a quick trip up and down. There's a "Hall of Fame" building near the statue which has equally nice views, and plaques highlighting some of Bavaria's famous citizens.
We figured we'd take a break from sausages for dinner, so we went to a Vinorant in the Alter Hof - a block or two from Marienplatz. ...
... By getting out amongst the locals, you get a bit of a feel for the differences in culture from place to place. We are, for lack of a better comparison, in the land of German rednecks!
We bid our new friends farewell and head back to the tour. We wind up in the belltower of city hall, with great views of the city. This was another high point of the day. We had fantastic views of all the historic buildings, and throngs of people ...
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