Travel Blogs from Munich
Yeah Elyse and Ralphie met us for some fun in Munich..oh and did we have fun. We avoided the clichéd Aussie & Kiwi tents and went to Hacker Pschorr tent which proved interesting as it was all very Bavarian we soon made friends with our servers and we had a great time.
The rest of Munich happened to quickly, the nights were cold but the days clear.
to be continued
Far out brussel sprout!! Munchen and the Oktoberfest are amazing... really blew my expectations away. First night in Bavaria we are taken to a very traditional restaurant and are fed quite possibly the biggest meal of my life. It starts with vegetable soup and bread - very good. Second course is a very salty salad - not so good. Third course is a …
This morning, the sun shone through the window and awakened us to another perfect day in Germany. We went for a walk in the fresh morning air and climbed the Rothenburg city walls this morning. The walls were built in the 13th century. It's crazy that we were walking on something so old! 13th century makes it at least 800 years old and the hotel where we stayed was 700 years old too. You see what we ...
... re kidding right? This is so Von Trapp!" Churches nestled in fields of green in the middle of a mountain range really DO exist. I was blown away to say the least. Then there were waterfalls. And castles. Freaking castles. What!?! I had just taken a train into a fairy tale. I should have stepped off the train in Innsbruck and never come back. Then I was smacked by a toddler. Not okay. ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed