Maritim Hotel Munchen
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the wave is actually crashing into you while you try to surf it. After buying a few German souvenirs, we headed back to the hostel. Zo and I decided to check out the supposed club, which we found to be filled with 16 year olds. The legal drinking age is 16 in Germany, so it was a bit weird for us and certainly made us feel really old! After a chat to our parents, I think we both realized how close the trip is coming to an end! Feels like just the other day we were in ...
Munich was turning out to be one of the lowlights of this trip. This had a lot to do with the incessant rain over the last few days. The city itself was beautiful and I definitely wasn't giving it due justice here. Unfortunately i didn't enjoy my experience here the last few days.
I caught the train out to the town Füssen today to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle. You may not have heard of this particular castle but you must ...
... heating, and lovely company with plenty of insider info.
But it took us a while to actually get home... in fact, it took us a while to leave the airport, but for the most civilised of reasons! "Are you hungry?" Georg enquired? I was, after rejecting the lousy plane food, and I was also extremely thirsty. I had been thinking along the lines of a bottle of water from a shop, as the airport was almost like a shopping mall, but ...
... church and recognizable monument, St. Michaels Church where they were holding services, and the Residenz Palace, which we did not get the chance to enter. Along the way we ran across an old statue that had been converted into a memorial shrine for Michael Jackson. This was a bit strange and perhaps even disrespectful overwriting someone else’s memorial, but that’s exactly what happened. ...
... a little German dubbed television we headed out to the famous Hofbrauhaus for dinner. Yes it IS a tourist trap, but still fun nonetheless. Rows and rows of tables and benches for a family style meal. Although you have to be careful not to seat in areas marked Stammtisch, which we now know means reserved. Local families have their own tables that tourists can't sit at. Which is smart considering how crazy busy it was on a random Monday ...