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Travel Blogs from Wessling
It's a little grey out there today and Sunday so I'm staying in and reading a book and blogging.
This is a foodie one!
I went for a wander yesterday and saw a few sights as well as the Viktualienmarkt - a daily outside food market which is quite large. There's also a beergarden, some food outlets and a "wine" stall.
So have a look at the pics and enjoy!
Happy Father's Day to all the Dads out there (including mine) ...
... not sleeping and read my book for most of the night. Bella and Tessa, who loved the overnight train, also did sleep most of the train ride, which was a good thing because we started touring after breakfast at 9 am.
We started off our tour of Munich with a tour to the Nazi headquarters and visited Hitler's office in Munich, which is now a music school. We saw a number of WWII historical sites. Everyone was interested. Somewhat surprisingly, ...
... choice as the food was excellent and so was the wine that our waitress, Vanessa, recommended.
On the second day Liz was somewhat tired. I took a walk to find the Deutch post office about 20 minutes walk from our hotel and finished up buying 3 boxes. We packed our holiday purchases and headed back, where parking was initially a challenge - why do these places have so many one way streets?
Anyway, once around the block and I found a space almost directly ...
... you least expected your eyes to see them.
I actually admire naturalists as they are very comfortable in their skins (literally) but I just felt awkward seeing other people naked so close as its not something I am used to outside my marriage!
I also think its cool to have a city of people who are quite ok with garden of eden clothing in their park - it epitomises the relaxed atmosphere around the city and defines the ...
... br> From city hall, we moved to the Munich Residenz, a palace for the dukes and kings of Bavaria until the early 1900's. It was incredibly ornate, just one ostentatious show of wealth after another. It got boring after a while.....room after room of opulence. I was terribly sad to find out that we could only visit 90 of the 130 rooms as 40 were closed for restoration. (That was sarcasm.) It wound up being a little more palace than I wanted ...