Maritim Hotel Munchen
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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.
... used as a landmark for other bombings in the city. There are still thousands of unexploded bombs around the city, with one found as recently as last month. One that was found in 2012 was deemed too fragile to move, so they did a controlled exploition. However it was so big the explosion shattered the windows of surrounding apartment blocks and even set one on fire. It is estimated 15-20 war bombs are being discovered every week across the whole of Germany!
We then ...
... for Munich gastronomy. From there we braved our way into the inner city and driving hell with it’s many one-way streets, narrow twisting alleys and pedestrians and bikes everywhere. Luckily we found a reasonable parking garage to plant the $80,000 station wagon and walk around a bit. Many of Munich’s historical sites are all within an eight-block radius in the center of town, making it easy for us ...
... all over Europe, and haven't been able to justify the money. But no harm in looking eh!Of course we managed to find a fantastic shop called Adler, and they had hundreds to choose from! We spent over an hour in there trying them on! Haha and sure enough, we both found an outfit which was on sale too!!!!!!! Perfect! Now we'll look the part tomorrow.We begin the walk back to the room, but decide to get the tram. Thank goodness we did cos the heavens opened up for a massive thunder ...
... 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 ...