Travel Blogs from Munich
... Play every 10 years, the little town was a mecca of gift shops and bargin clothes outlets we had to stop at!
Despite the heavy rain we walked around the village and managed to get some photos too. The Passion Play, played by 1,400 local amateur actors in March, serves to celebrate the passing of the plague from the village. You must be a local resident to take part in the play.
After that we drove back to Munich ready ...
... a little. I don’t feel so great about myself these days just in comparison to all the amazing people that I find myself surrounded by. Tianyi for instance is working towards her goal in the pharmaceutical field. Manuel who I have spent quite a lot of time with these past few days seems really passionate about the natural sciences especially chemistry and biology and is able to point out so many interesting facts about the randomest things. For instance when we were walking ...
... has a major selection of works from Durer. Durer work is primarily new testament depictions, as he was living at the same time as the upheaval of Martin Luther and the Protestant movement in Marburg. Durer has always been a particular favorite of mine.
Returning to the Ubahn it was back to the apartment for a bit of rest as we still haven't completely recovered from our timelag. We changed trains at Sendinger Tor, this is a city gate that ...
I was asked the silly security questions before I could join the check-in line. I can’t believe United still has security agents asking these questions of passengers before checking in at European airports. I was surprised to find 12 customers still in the PremierAccess check-in line only minutes before check-in should close. There’s only one agent working the PremierAccess line and two agents staffing the Economy Class check-in line, where I ...
Today I arrived in Munich. This is such a beautiful city. I've only been here a couple hours, but I walked through the main part of the city to a beer garden that's about a 45 minute walk from my hostel. The city was beautiful and the parks were amazing. Part of the park I went through was called Nude "Beach". This area wasn't a beach, nor was it nude (except for the couple old naked men). Just a bunch of people in ...
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- Free parking