Travel Blogs from Puchheim
... that I wouldn't end up hurt, abducted, taken advantage of, or even put in an awkward position with a weirdo - everything I've grown up with, no doubt everything my parents were worried about the last two days, and everything I had thought I'd unlearned. Clearly not. I spent today in bed. Even leaving the warm space beneath my blankets for morning coffee was almost too much. ...
... Not sure if we achieved this but both agreed that we got our closest glimpse at a 'hell on earth.' Back in Munich town we head back to the reality of hot chocolate, cakes and free wifi. Munich town, whilst having the usual old churches and buildings seems to lack the raw energy and interest that Berlin had for us. Sure Bavaria is much prettier than the old Prussian north of Germany, but it seems too sleazy, dirty and commercial. Glad we saw it but glad we move onto Switzerland ...
Unfortunately the overnight train to Munich didn't prove very restful for us. I found it especially difficult to sleep (I'm a light sleeper as it is), with there being several stops along the route and feeling every motion in the rail lines. I suppose it was still more restful and comfortable than being in a seat though. Upon arriving in Munich at 6:15AM (yuck), we walked to our hotel, only a few blocks away. We're staying at Hotel Uhland, a converted mansion that's more than ...
... had never had a beer before coming to Germany this trip. Sabine introduced me to a radler which was pleasant...but since it was my first, I couldn't quite tell if I liked it yet. Didn't dislike it though! But this really set the tone for the rest of my stay in Germany - watch football matches (usually in public with a flag-waving crowd), drink beer.
I noticed quite quickly the change from Switzerland to Germany - no, it wasn't the scenery. ...
... important when female)
ok, ok... taxi is here... need to roll...!
Have a stroll and a beer on me... Gonna be stuck for 8hours in a flying tin!
Dachau: -10deg, hitting the slopes type of day!
... I have added a few pics of the 'Dachau under the snow' scenery :-)
Just being naughty I know... what can I say :-p