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Convenient location. Direct metro from Central Station to hotel.
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Visited the Alstadt and the Toy Museum.
Toy Museum has early 1900s toys... tin robots, teddy bears, baby girls.
Glockenspiel at 11 am.
Breakfast at a cafe near to the famous beer hall for 6.60 euros, include a big cappuccino and 2 sandwiches and a red egg.
Theatrekirch with Max II tomb. White inside.
Lunch at …
... building full of water. If a fire ever started workers simply had to turn taps on to sprinkle the water over the fire.
During one winter performance, the building caught fire. However it was so cold that the water had frozen over, so nothing came out the taps. They tried to pump water from the river nearby, but had the same problem. So how did they put the fire out? In true Bavarian style, with beer!
The statue in front of the building is of Maximilian, however ...
It's time for Oktoberfest! We got to Munich at about 7am I think. We had some breakfast and then were set free. We could explore and go get drunk. We hung out with 3 people from Germany, which was probably the best idea we could have ever had. They helped us out so much. We decided to go to the English Garden and the old historic city center. But first, I got my first cup of German coffee. It wasn't too bad.
We went to a garden and it was pretty boring and then we went to ...
... off to the Ratskeller local restaurant for dinner, where the Bavarian roast chicken was a real hit.
We will certainly see more of the city tomorrow, including taking the underground to Marienplatz, to meet the local guides for our walking tour of Germany's third largest city, behind Berlin and Hamburg.
In the ...
... that we wouldn't miss our flight. Thank goodness for the Autobahn. What a ride that was... Going 160kmh down the highway and passing cops was no problem for us. We stopped for gas once and I ran in to get some BK for our lunch, we got back on the road and realized there was a very good chance we could miss our flight. Finally we reached the airport, parked our car and ran into the airport to throw the keys at the desk. We walked in to find the lines for check-in and security were ...