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... first beers of the day. Justin also decided that he hadn't had enough to eat and so ordered half a chicken! I have never seen someone demolish a chicken like he demolished that chicken! Haha in his defence it was really good tho! We had another beer and eventually ran into James. We then sat outside with James and all his friends and talked and drank and laughed for ages. We decided to go back into the Lowenbrau tent which was an awesome idea. Everyone was standing ...
... and we were ready for lunch. We came across a lovely little hotel and had a great lunch. A real German type including a Bratwurst Sausage and roast potatoes and salad, plus a couple of beers of course.
We continued around the town and really liked what we saw. We also went into the local Medieval Crime Museum, which is devoted to the history of Crime and Punishment from the late Middle Ages to the 19th century and the collection includes ...
After a comfortable night and breakfast in our family run Kriemhild Hotel, it was time to explore Munich!
A short walk saw us entering the extensive grounds of the Schloss Nymphenburg..... this Baroque palace and scattered pavilions date back to 1675 and was the summer residence of former Bavarian rulers.
... with the upcoming game. Lots of little chocolate balls covered in soccer ball foil are throughout the store, capitalizing on World Cup Soccer frenzy.
Milka Welt also has an area set aside for Tracht. The clothes are beautiful but quite pricey! Still it's fun to shop with my eyes and imagine.
After making our purchases, we head back towards Marienplatz.
We pause long enough to take a few photos of Marienplatz but ...
... down from Hoenshwangau and started the hike to Neuschwanstein. Man was this a steep climb, the road was close to a 90 degree angle the whole way up. Once I got to the top I grabbed a pretzel and a water and took some pictures of the castle up close. I killed some time taking pictures and then walked in for the guided tour at 1:25. The inside of this castle was spectacular, it had a golden chapel with murals everywhere along with wood carvings that took over 4 years to make. It's ...