Maritim Hotel Munchen
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... behind both goals, mainly down the far end from me.
The game began and with less than 3 minutes on the clock, Leverkusen had an effort cleared off the line after a mix up in the Bayern defense. The rest of the *********** without too many talking points. Bayern did have a goal ruled out, not sure what for but there weren't any complaints.
5 minutes into the second half, the deadlock was broken. Frank Ribery drilling home after some pinball in the box. Bayern ...
... at the Hotel Hirsch, we packed up and set off on our travel to München. We decided to take the scenic route, which involved 3 major stops. The first was Wieskirche, yet another frighteningly extravagant church to add to our list. Our next stop was Landsberg am Lech, a quaint little town with a nice café, a chocolatier, and an overly lengthy system of tunnels between the city center and the parking deck. Finally, we stopped at a ...
... We all had 8 small Nurnberger sausages either with kartoffel salad (potato salad) or sauerkraut. From there we went to the Hofbrauhaus for another beer. It was packed but we got a table in the courtyard. Then we stopped the Augustiner just across the street for yet another beer. After leaving there we went to a pizza place near the Haptbahnhof where Derek and Erin got a slice of what they call the world's best pizza. Then we went back to the hotel.
... but it seemed a wasted opportunity to expand my own experience by seeing yet another side of the human condition. The next day, we had a bit of a wander around the city. Everywhere you looked, there was scaffolding and hessian. It seems like all of Munich is under repair. Well, maybe not all. We did see some beautiful old buildings, along the way. After a bit, we were ready for lunch and a beer (well, it is Munich!). We headed for ...
... skirting the old town. We hopped off and walked across the Mozart Footbridge over the Salzach River to enter the old town.
Salzburg is the Nashville of classical music. Heck, Mozart lived and composed here! The Salzburg festival is famous! Unfortunately, we didn't here a note of music while we were here....hmmmmppphhh. We did have an excellent lunch at an Indian, Austrian, Italian restaurant.