NH Muenchen Neue Messe
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in the streets drinking and fully dressed in crazy costumes, even the grandmas and grandpas! There was a bunch of dancing and live bands, I would've joined in if I weren't so challenged when it comes to dancing! Overall, a very fun night!
The next day I met up with the Canadian girl from the day before and we went to explore the city a little more. First we went to see the glockenspiel in the center of town, it's a clock that has little ...
... and for all, but they are denied access to the corpse. I suppose we'll never know...
Eventually, we made our way to a viewing platform. We should have been looking at the immense castle in front of us, but all we could see was dense fog and msit!! As we got up close some of the castle came into view, but it was a shame we couldn't see it from a distance.
Me and Daniel, a guy also on the tour from my hostel, decided to take a walk to the Marienbrücke, a ...
... at the Hotel Hirsch, we packed up and set off on our travel to München. We decided to take the scenic route, which involved 3 major stops. The first was Wieskirche, yet another frighteningly extravagant church to add to our list. Our next stop was Landsberg am Lech, a quaint little town with a nice café, a chocolatier, and an overly lengthy system of tunnels between the city center and the parking deck. Finally, we stopped at a ...
... where the Town Hall stands with its very old and impressive, Glockenspiel clock. We also visited St Michael’s church which had been heavily renovated since being bombed in World War II. We made it back to our hotel room at 1:30pm to watch the Singapore F1 (priorities! Haha) and then spent the rest of the evening in a café that more resembled a pub, enjoying some beer over dinner.
The following day was a big one. We made our way to Füssen to visit ...
... Munich since 1810. The Oktoberfest serves only beers that have been brewed in Munich, so naturally Löwenbräu is one of the six breweries represented and in our opinion the best of all the halls. We may be biased since they were so accomodating and we got a nice German buzz there, but it's also gorgeous. Löwenbräu brews a special beer called Oktoberfestbier, which was quickly becoming my favorite beer I'd ever had in all my 25 years. The two young German men ...