Hotel Meier City Munich
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... good. We continued on visiting the Frauenkirche, Kristallnacht (Night of the Broken Glass), Viktualienmarkt, The National Theater & Opera House, discussing the origins of Oktoberfest and Hitler´s Beer Hall Putsch. We stopped at The Hofbräuhaus and found some lunch before continuing to Odeonsplatz, Theatinerkirche, The Royal Residence, Church of St. Peter and Maximilianstraße. By the end of the tour we were pretty tired but had seen a good deal of the historic and cultural ...
... half hour of sleep. I, however, couldn't. So our cabin mate (a bloke from Brazil studying architecture in Frankfurt) and I set out for a few drinks to hopefully make the seats a little more bearable and the transition to slumber smoother.
We ended up arriving a 6:10 am local time, and headed to the hostel about 500 m away from the station.
I hate to rush to post, but we are headed to Austria momentarily. However, I I have posted lots of new pictures!
... from the station, and since the trains usually run on time I suggested we call it quits. Luckily Jonathan said lets keep trying since we were so close. I had looked up the platform on my phone while we were speed walking. As we entered the station we saw our platform, and there was a train at it! But it had the ticket taker outside holding the red "leaving the station" paddle, and he was stepping on! I waved, he saw us, and as we stepped on board I (through heavy ...
... the fields, gave way to patches of thick forest, followed by the magnificent mountains. And the mountains really go up, up up! Walls of mighty peaks with rocky outcrops. I wondered if people could actually go up there. It didn't look like there was much friendly ground. This question was answered when I was in the castle and I spied some hikers in a peak across the gorge, I spotted the flash of the camera as they took happy snaps of the castle from their vantage point.
... beers. The first beer was decent but it had no flavor. We then went to what was Hitlers favorite beer hall! Texas AM, the Brit, and I stayed at that beer garden to watch the German game. The game was really intense as no one scored until Germany did in extra time! Everyone was extremely worried about the outcome! Then, the beer garden went CRAZY when Germany scored both the goals. I am glad I went and watched the game with the locals! Tomorrow: Dachau and the USA ...