Ibis Muenchen Messe
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... a set of two massive wooden doors. I felt like I was in a movie. The massive wooden door was cracked open, so I left my umbrella and slowly pushed the massive door open to reveal a cold, dark, church. I slowly and quietly walked in and gently closed the door behind me. I crept around the dark empty church and settled myself in a pew. Despite all of the beautiful churches I've seen, this was by far my favorite. It didn't have ornate gold decoration or massive statues, yet ...
... a lot of space and workable facilities for the purposes it serves.
After hearing of such horrors near Munich, we experienced completely different emotions for the rest of the day. Our next stop was at English Garden which is the largest park in Germany (we think) and it's absolutely beautiful. We made sure to see the wave in the river where people surf every nice day. It was really fun to watch so many people of all ages taking turns to surf ...
... the top floor in annex building. Monday ate our first German breakfast in Beilstein and left for day to drive the Mosel Valley. Weingut one after another, amazing all the wine in the Mosel. Stopped in Zell, now I know reason my little feline nephew is so famous, Zell is the schwartze katz winery and the entire village has black ...
... a phone. We walked through the markets to a famous church called Cathedral of Our Blessed Lady. Wow what a climb but a great view of Munich. After our gigantic climb we had lunch. I had the craving for bratwurst and beer and that's what we had. It's was great Jon and Ina had to leave so we spent the next couple of hours touring the markets buying stuff. Caught the train back to our hotel. Went to an italian restaurant for dinner then early to ...
Had to wake up pretty early to get the
train to Muenchen. Steph and I had had a small fight the night before
about me not planning, and that cloud of frustration hung over the
morning's proceedings. It wasn't until we arrived in Muenchen that we
cleared things up. Steph skyped her parents for around two hours and
then we headed ...