Innside By Melia Munich Parkstadt Schwabing
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After a leisurely morning in Rome on Thursday we headed to the airport to catch our plane to Munich. We arrived about three and a half hours before the flight and had to wait for 30 minutes before we could check in - check-in did not open until 3 hours before the flight. Free wifi is a wonderful thing found everywhere we go in Europe (so far) and we sat at the airport exchanging Facebook messages with people in Tassie and Victoria. ...
... Most of the time, the Jewish people ran into this in order to end their pain and suffering.
Makes you ever wonder how on earth was this ever able to take place. Extremely sad and a something i find very hard to fathom.
... least it still beats McDonalds.
Before heading to Munich I spent a bit of time in Leipzig. It's definitely far more lively on any day other than Sunday. It seems to have a fairly vibrant cafe culture, without the streets being absolutely overrun by crowds like in the larger cities. I'm sure there's a few corners I missed the chance to explore, but I'm still glad I got to see a city I'd have skipped over otherwise.
I took the chance to mission out to the rather ...
... the castle's mountain, we were in a winter wonderland! I had been missing snow and this definitely gave me my fix. I had never seen such a perfect winter scene. The walk up to the castle was a blast and when we finally got to see the castle, it was unbelievable. This castle was built by King Ludwig II as a place for him to get away. He died while it was being built, however, so the castle was never finished on the inside. That is why we decided to save our money and not take a tour ...
... OMG I about had a heart attack. But it was about 10 minutes later and the bus arrived safe and sound.
We went on to Tobias’ house and sure enough he was home. He’d sent a message that I never got, he would make dinner and we were stuffed. But the sausages he made were so extra good that we just kept stuffing, Bel ate 6 of them. He also made a mean sauerkraut that I’ll try when we get home.
Had to watch the World Cup with the Germans! ...