Hotel Dolce Vita
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... us back at our hotel and we said goodbye to our fantastic tour guide. We really couldn't have had a better guide! Thank you so much Kevin!
We checked into our new room at Hotel Müller which was sooo much bigger and more awesome than our last. Pity it was only for two nights. We were too exhausted to go far for dinner so we just went to Mixto again, for the third time. It was just as delicious as the first two times, a really nice little restaurant. :)
... seeing any nudists in the nudist area of the garden. We made our way to the centre of the gardens to check out the beer gardens at the Chinese Pagoda. It was still a little early for a beer, so we continued deeper into the garden to a large pond. Feasting on the grass around the pond was the largest gaggle of geese I've ever seen and Amanda had a great time talking ...
... of seeing the castle weren't that great. Luckily about an hour into our train ride the fog cleared and the sun was out, so that was a relief. As we got closer you could see the beautiful mountains and the snow that had started to form at the peaks. This is where we were heading, to check out the fairytale castle.
The castle was absolutely stunning. Built high up on the mountains, you could see it from afar. Rumor has it that Disney came up ...
... The staff are super friendly and it turns out Germany does turn out some good looking boys. Makes me a happy girl considering I'll be living here for 6 months.
I spent my morning strolling about Schloss Nymphenburg. A baroque palace with galleries and garden pavilions. The place was crazy big but there was some really amazing stuff to be seen.
After that I returned to my base camp and pretty ...
... in a rich's man world...
Basically (and yes it is very basic) the name of the currency used over there is ... drum roll.... the "Kenyan Shilling" !
The exchange rate is about : 1Eur=100KES...
Looking at what I read it seems to be good to have cash in small notes... cards can be used but only in hotels etc... (so stores for big fishes... not for us ...