Innside By Melia Munich Parkstadt Schwabing
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... that felt like they would topple down at any second, and unappealing green carpet. When it comes down to it, those are just frivolous materialistic things; what matters most is having a roof to keep me dry, warmth at night, and a great roommate to come home to every day. It’s strange to think that if I saw the flat before I got to London, it probably would have affected my opinion in wanting to even go there. I didn’t get that chance though so I had to take what I ...
... in the centre of town and although we hadn’t been there from this place before we took our chances. Briony had been insistent on me getting it on my phone, but there is nothing like the real thing. And besides in public places you look like a ****** if you’re just on your phone all the time, even if you are reading, judgments are made. We head in the direction of town and low and behold we actually recognize where we were. Last time ...
... may have been YMCA in there) saw a German rapper -who wears a Panda mask- sing a song in Liederhosen and his mask and laughed at the band as they instructed the crowds in all the appropriate movements to the songs. It was a great afternoon spent just being part of the action, drinking the specially brewed (and extra strong beer), eating a mega pretzel and grilled 1/2 chooks with salad, and just dancing away. Around 5 we decided to head outside and a see what the ...
... not?!) and reading. We meet up with Kerstin at Planegg railway station and catch the very prompt 1148 into Isartor to do a few jobs in Munich. Guy mosies off to the Bavarian National Museum, while Kerstin and Hilli potter round Ludwig Beck buying wool for the crochet project, having coffee, and a small (tiny actually) florentine... and some new gloves for Hilli as one got lost on the way up from Spain. Kerstin then goes ...
... This would be my 2 nights of relative luxury before 3 nights in the hostel where the Oktoberfest tour was based from. 1st up was a haircut following 14+ weeks without one. It was as cold as expected here and time to get some use out of my Rodeo Drive jacket and Valentino scarf and to purchase new gloves since my current ones have holes in two fingers. I soon warmed up after climbing the 200+ steps of the Alten Peter Cathedral to look down over the key ...