Hotel Prinzregent am Friedensengel
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... there were absolutely stunning and so peaceful. It was such a beautiful day and the weather was so amazing. We found the famous artificial wave which people surf on on a small river through the park. We walked around the park for a good while, meeting up with Lennoxs cousins girlfriend before heading towards the centre of the city. We walked through the streets to the Marineplatz which was the centre of the city, the walk was incredible. The buildings were amazing and ...
... of the former rulers of Bavaria. Now we decided that because we were only a few kilometers away it would be an easy walk, and we could grab lunch once we got there. We were so wrong! We walked for over an hour through residential neighborhoods until we got to the palace. We then went on the lookout for lunch! We were both starving. We walked around for awhile looking for anything but only found a few bakeries. We finally found ...
I started the morning thinking Munich was OK (it's reaaally big here), but had a really great day today. I think I just might like this city. We left the hotel pretty early to see Schloss Nymphenburg, the summer residence of the Wittlesbach dynasty built in 1664 after the birth of Max Emanuel, heir to the throne. We made our way to Marienplatz, hit a major U-Bahn/S-Bahn station, and found our train with relatively little trouble. The public transit system, here ...
... the European word for ****) breakfast, I think it's a pretty straightforward decision. Instead, I got up, got ready, including expertly sliding into my lederhosen (wow I looked good), and hit the street down to meet Nikita. I really should've just taught her how to get to my accommodation; I was literally next door to the Oktoberfest grounds, while getting to her required a 20 minute walk there and a 15 minute one back. Oh well, at least I could show how good I looked, even ...
... harbor-side restaurant.
New Zealand has the down-under version of the 45 degree
latitude wine-growing region, about the same band as the Willamette Valley and
Bordeaux in the northern hemisphere. It produces some very nice pinot noirs, as
well as some of the typical whites. The country also has quite a few very fancy
wineries, some complete with excellent restaurants attached (we researched one
just to be sure…). Kiwis have a very high opinion ...