Mercure Hotel Munchen am Olympiapark
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... the rain wasn't easing up we left some money (helped collect all his tips after a gust of wind turned them over) and headed into the rain to get home. The walk didn't take to long and said good bye to Hannah as we approached our hostel. We grabbed a slice of pizza each for dinner and settled in at home after packing our bags.
We both really liked Munich, it is such a nice peaceful town, once everyone has left ffrom Oktoberfest.
Off to Wildschonau Valley tomorrow, can't ...
Today we looked around in Munich, it was my first full day in Germany! We looked at buildings and also the BMW factory. It had Motorbikes and other cars that were very nice!
We did some shopping and I got a new jacket, Mum got new running shoes and Dad a new lenses for his camera, Saxon got new shoes!
We went out to dinner and Mum and Dad had beer!
... We had to walk through the train station to get back to the laundromat, so we grabbed some to go dinner from the station McDonald's. Were all set to have a romantic Christmas eve dinner at the laundromat!
With clean clothes on our backs (well, Jonathan's back... he got to play pack mule for the night) and not-so healthy food in our tummies, we made the trek home. We've been stressing for a few days about how, when and where we would get our laundry done, so it was ...
... became intolerable to the conservative community and Ludwig had to ask his friend to leave town. Ludwig put him up in a villa in Switzerland, poor Wagnar!
Ludwig built 3 castles, Linderhof ,Neuschwanstein and Herrenchiemsee. Of the three only Linderhof was complete. He spent the entire royal treasury on his projects. Work stopped on the remaining two castles when he died at the age of 40 under some very suspect circumstances. Because he spent all his money, he ...
... I woke up early to beat the crowds and get the amazing view. Well, I got there a little to early... It was closed so I walked up to the wall and decided to return to the hostel to eat rather than wait another 20 minutes for it to open. Unfortunately, I had to say "see you later" to my Australian brother, Matt, this morning. Travel is sad sometimes when you've made really good friends but then you have to leave the city. Regardless, it is awesome that we met the first ...