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... ohs and ahs, especially when the knight was knocked off of his horse. After the listening to the beautiful bells and watching the figurines dance, we headed to the Residenz and Preysing Palais. We took our time soaking up the sights and sounds of the city. We eventually worked our way to Hofgarten and Bayerische Staatskanzlei and rested in the ...
Turkish people on the train from Nuremberg to Munich! Amazing. Arrived in Munich and managed to find my hostel/hotel after walking the wrong way out of the station. Was able to check it early and dropped all my bags off. Headed out to get around as much as possible before it started raining later that evening. Very pretty. Had lunch at ...
... chemical reaction sachets that heat up for 6 hours) as my toes were numb lumps. Even after 2 hours we had to drag them off the ice as they had a blast, even if Giddo spent most of that time on his bottom!
Nights were spent wandering the markets and enjoying warm vanilla candied almonds, pancakes with apple sauce and stewed plums, Gluhwein for Trystan and ...
... the work of some of the great Italian Renaissance masters at the Alte.) At the Neue we were treated to massive sized galleries, including some amazing works by Manet, Monet and Van Gogh. With these works being toward the end of the galleries it was a shame I didn’t start backwards so I could spend more time there, but since we already were nearly three hours in we had to eat and move on.
We ate ...
... light and flaky with toasted almonds and a feather light glaze on top. MMMM. and I had something which is apparently a Munich standard, a halved pretzel filled a soft tart cheese and layers of chives, also incredibly tasty.
With food in stomachs we were raring to go now. My trusty Rick Steves guide said climb the tower in Peterskirche. So that is what we did. We paid 2E to climb 13+ flights of ridiculously steep, narrow, old ...