Hotel Munchner Kindl
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... road in Mission Impossible and WOW are those BMW buildings amazing.
We then headed to the Olympic park and went inside the building where they held the swimming events. On the other side of the park we could hear music....so naturally we had to see what it was all about. We stumbled across a really cool sommerfestival called the Tollwood. Great food, nice hand crafted goods and no loud ...
... li>When Sweden invaded Munich, the Bavarians paid them to go away: half in gold coins & the other half in beer!</li><li>About 90% of Munich's old town was destroyed during World War II. The clean-up process took about 50 years and 4 million tonnes of rubble was taken out of the city.</li><li>It's estimated that there are about 2,500 unexploded bombs under the city. Unfortunately, these are usually discovered by construction workers when they ...
... to fly into Istanbul on Wednesday the 17th, which gave us a week in Turkey before leaving for Germany and Austria. We did our best to help them feel the seasonal cheer by taking them to Christmas parties, holiday-themed quizzes, and out on the town. By the time Christmas Eve rolled around, we were all exhausted from the late nights and ready to head off for some R&R in Munich. Unfortunately, that wasn’t in the cards: I’d set up ...
We then went back to the hostel and went to the hostel bar, where I continued my beer challenge with a Franziskaner, a white German beer.
I got back to the room and got a message from Lea, the girl I had met in Dresden. She invited me to the dormitory party at her uni. I set off, convinced that I would get lost as the bar was in the basement of a university halls block and not advertised. Miraculously, I found it no trouble! The good news was beer was just ...
... Next walked to Marineplatz which is
centrally located by Neues Rathaus (New Town Hall). Its a very majestic
building - iconic here in Munich with its architecture. We then walked
south towards the Viktualienmarkt - its an open market. his is also the site of Mardi Grass.
fruits, food, cheese and sausages. 2 peculiar things we saw - our first
Beer Garden - the place was full at 4pm
and raw fish burger - the place was teeming with people. ...