Mercure Hotel Orbis Muenchen Perlach
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For Shanna 's birthday we spent a good part of the day again on the bus ending our day in Munich. We stopped for an hour and a half in Innsbruck, Austria where we saw the gold roof over the balcony and shopped at the flagship Swarovski store.
After a couple more hours of driving we arrived in Munich. After a quick stop to check into our hotel we were off to tour the old part of Munich. We saw the old and new town hall which are both in the town square. The new town hall ...
I had a very interesting day in Munich today. The weather was miserable as it rained all day without a break. I had to practically drag myself out of the hotel this morning to see the sights of Munich. Once I got out I was stunned by the quiet on the street. Considering the same street was full of chatter, car horn beeps and doof-doof music from turbo-charged cars the previous evening, I found the change perplexing.
As I walked towards the city centre, I noticed ...
... amid murals and classy old photos... this was a history-loving beer-drinker's wonderland! As it wasn't yet midday, I restrained myself and only ordered a Heffeweisen 'ladysize' to go with my potato soup - I s******ed at the description but as there were other beer halls to do, I knew that if i started tucking into litre steins in each I was going to come a cropper long before bedtime!
... Similar to a well groomed central park. Then back to the hotel after shopping around a bit. We went out to Paulaner for dinner and drink, but all we had was giant pretzels because we were still so full from lunch! At this time I think we were both fatigued from absorbing so much in so few days, ready to go home, but not wanting to leave either. A very complicated bittersweet emotion.
... The driver was Genghis again and we were only 20 minutes away – as said before the hotel is very, very nice but a pity it’s stuck in the middle of nowhere. It was one of the nicer breakfasts we’ve had too, I actually had scrambled eggs and grilled tomatoes instead of my standard bread and jam with fruit. Turkish bread is delicious, semi-crusty on the outside and fluffy and fresh on the inside.
So off we went to ...