Leonardo Hotel & Residence Munich
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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 …
... standard type of OZ/ Irish Pub and was really ideal for this match. There were already a dozen or so Kiwis there and everything was set for a great afternoon’s football.
When it started there were about 30 Kiwis and 10 Aussie’s. We had our beers and had ordered lunch. John has Salmon, salad and fries with mine being a mixed platter of Chicken wings, strips of chicken tikka, onion rings, squid rings, spare ribs, wedges etc. It ...
Over the years I have mentioned a number of Museums in these blogs. I am planning to eventually do short pieces on them and include more photos. Meanwhile, the links at the end of the blog will get you the basics.
A relaxing 6 1/2 hour ride to Munich; had a handsome and very nice seatmate, and even managed some sleep. Got to the flat about 10:00 pm, got settled and crashed.
Did a gig at Hot Shot ...
... Apfel Slush" (a big apple slushy) because I was super thirsty since I hadn't really drank anything all day (I did eat "An American" (a type of pastry) and sugar packets at the dance competition (I also ate some sugar packets at McDonalds (the team looked at me weird))).
The team then took some pics, and we drove our passengers home. Then... Um, I think then Aileen and I headed home (it was, like... 8 or 9 already?). The plan ...
... br> A special exhibit was running showing posters during the inter-war period. Some of these were propaganda posters and some were advertising posters for various events in the city and state. There are examples of the types of art that ultimately would be banned by the Nazis as being degenerate. I did not include any of these images.
I’ve put images of the various galleries to give you a sense of what the exhibits are like.