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... Munich. We knew our hotel was near the BMW museum, but since we didn't have any internet to find the best route, we did the most logical thing - we took the U3 subway to the closest stop to the BMW Museum. So at this point, we know we are closer, but still not sure how to get the rest of the way. So we again lugged our two 50 pound bags down the street in hopes of catching a cab.... and luckily we ...
... has the perfect job! We started the tour in front of the New Town Hall (which is actually older than the Old Town Hall) but not as old as it looks. It was designed to look like something from about 400 years ago but really it's just over 100 years old. Sneaky Germans! Despite the pouring rain and freezing temperatures, we dedicated ourselves to watching the excitement of the Glockenspiel, which has been consistently listed as Europe's #2 most over-rated tourist ...
... br> The most important criteria in choosing a destination was that it have a Christmas market which was in full (or at least moderate) swing while we were in town. This proved to be a tall order as most of the markets around Europe ended on December 23rd -- and we had to work through the 24th, so we’d miss the majority of them. Bearing this, the short timeframe, and the desire to avoid paying $1,000 per plane ticket, we quickly ...
... used as a viewing platform. We knew we would see nothing from there, but across the bridge was a hiking trail we could follow.
It's amazing how people can still make the best of day despite the conditions. On the bridge we saw a Japanese guy holding up a postcard of the castle, and the taking a photo! Me and Daniel hiked up high enough to get above the thick sheet of fog, and had a great view of the Bavarian Alps. Unfortunately the castle still couldn't been seen but ...
... to find peanut butter in Europe. It's nearly nonexistent, or whenever I do see the single-item-selection with one jar of peanut butter it's quite pricey. I don't know what it is, but I guess Europeans just don't like it. But I FINALLY HAD SOME YESTERDAY! I had gone over 6 weeks without, and finally the taste of home was available! And yes, that little tidbit was so exciting that it belongs in a blog post about visiting historical locations in Germany.