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We woke this morning to another day of stunning sunshine and decided to go for a walk around the city of Munich before our flight later this evening. A lot of snow had fallen overnight so we found ourselves in an urban winter wonderland! Our first and main stop was at the English Gardens. There's a very fast flowing canal through the gardens with a manufactured wave area that attracts SURFERS!! Yep, in the middle of a park ...
... with the mouth closed faces the church, as people wouldn't speak out against the church, while the lion with the mouth open faces the former royal residence and the people of Munich.
We were then taken to 'Dodgers Ally' the street people would walk down if they wanted to avoid Nazi guards and having to give the Navi salut. This was eventually found out by the Nazi's who placed an officer there. Often people walking this way were beaten to death or executed. Some ended up ...
... church and recognizable monument, St. Michaels Church where they were holding services, and the Residenz Palace, which we did not get the chance to enter. Along the way we ran across an old statue that had been converted into a memorial shrine for Michael Jackson. This was a bit strange and perhaps even disrespectful overwriting someone else’s memorial, but that’s exactly what happened. ...
... 228;uhaus - which is to say that Jo had seen its beer garden advertised somewhere and we thought it would be as good as anywhere else. In the end, it was great. We ordered sausages and beer, like there was a choice(!) and tucked in. To their credit, the kids were back on board with the whole try something new, we are travelling, and tucked in as well. After lunch, it was time to get back to the hotel, pick up the car and head for ...
... crime rate, proximity of the Alps and some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe (arguably the world) it is not surprising that Germans consistently rank it at the top of the list of places to live. And, tourists to visit!
The aforementioned alone are certainly enough to make you love Munich but what charmed us most is experiencing its people, and the greatest beer culture on the planet. Locals are friendly and courteous. ...