Maritim Hotel Munchen
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As we left the village of Ettal, Mike told us a fastinating story about the native frogs of this area. Apparently the numbers are dwindling. The villagers are so passionate about preserving their frogs, that in the frog's mating season they close the roads at night to traffic, with a plastic fence. So the frogs can cross the roads without being …
... wanting to go on the tour and we were surprised when the group wasn't split into smaller ones but we kept close to the guide so hearing him wasn't an issue. The guide was a Kiwi who had been living in Munich a few years and was quite entertaining.
We begin the tour in Marienplatz (Mary’s square) and watched the most famous Glockenspiel in the world. Every day at 11 a.m. (as well as 12 p.m. and 5 p.m. in summer) it chimes and re-enacts two stories from the ...
... super savory and the flavors were amazing. We of course each had a tasty German beer to wash our meals down with. Portions were huge and neither of us finished our whole meal, although I probably would have if the server hadn't come and taken our plates away. I'm surprised Jonathan didn't have to roll me out of the restaurant!
Next we decided to swing by the world's most famous beer hall Hofbräuhaus. This place was absolutely insane. Every one of the massive ...
After Dachau, we arrived back at a time when it was too early to have dinner,
but museums etc. only had about 1.5hours of opening time left. So we found a
cinema showing an English version of The Hobbit and watched it before its
release in Australia! The cinemas here are definitely better than the ones home
(although that’s probably more due to German efficiency) although there was
still half an hour of ads at the start.
... before I went on it but the guide showed us the actual places and went into more depth than any history book. My pictures do a better job than me trying to write everything down. We almost followed in the steps of Hitler as he went from artist to party leader. I saw where he made his speeches (beer hall), his offices, the sight of the failed coup, and buildings that housed the Nazi party. Probably one of the coolest places was the former military ...