NH Apartments Munchen Am Ring
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and wait for Glockenspiel to start instead. At 11am, the musical chime started in the main tower. The only problem was that the demonstrators' chanting also got louder and more passionate. It was as if the glockenspiel had somehow enraged them even more.
I found this whole sight, of which I was a part, hilarious. On my right side was the glockenspiel chiming away, on my left were the demonstrators chanting away. Neither succeeded in drowning out the other. ...
... or statues. We were allowed to enter some of them, but most of them were closed off with gates (that we could see through so we can still enjoy them).
We randomly picked a small restaurant that was just off the main market, or Marienplatz. Both of our meals were incredible. I had some sort of chicken meatballs with a side salad of potato and cucumber. Very interesting but I couldn't get enough of it. Jonathan had tomato risotto and some sort of unknown meatballs. ...
... weather seemed entirely appropriate, however, for my day trip to Dachau, site of the Nazi concentration camp. There aren't really words to convey the grimness in the energy of the place and the extent of the evilness that took place there. I walked through the gate house, knowing what time the buses left back for the train station, and tried, without result, to imagine how it could have felt to walk the same route with no idea of what ...
... damage I could do with that airline discount! Eventually our time there had to come to an end, and it was just as we since were all pretty beat. We finished up the beers, mom and Steph did a little dancing to the band, we took the obligatory empty beer photo and headed our way back to the car and across the river to the hotel. Tomorrow we would be checking out and moving on, but not before one last stop nearby: ...
... in front of a full house on a crucial Champions League occasion. After our tour, we took the metro back into tour for our “last supper”. We picked another traditional Bavarian style beer hall/restaurant and sat outside. It was odd to think, that the next time we sat down for dinner, we would be at home. We sat over a drink and recounted our trip, scarcely able to believe that all these tales that we were telling were things that we had experienced ...