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... was so relaxed and nice. In the centre we looked around the buildings for a little bit before heading out to Olympic Park. I think it was where the 1996 Olympic Games was help. Either way the architecture of the unused buildings was really interesting and again it had a really cool and relaxed student vibe with everything just relaxed on the grass. We visited the main stadium before heading off. From there we went inside the BMW museum and looked around the cars for a ...
... close to the palace and decided to eat there. They had a great patio area and the German food was amazing! The palace of course was immaculate. Gold leaf, paintings, and sculptures filled every room. The most interesting room to me though was King Ludwig I's Hall of Beauties. The King hired a painter to paint portraits of women from all classes of society. He wanted to portray the beauty from the whole kingdom, not just the court. ...
... bigger than what we experienced in Nürnberg. There are subways, suburban railways, trams, and buses. But we figured it out. Our trip to Schloss Nymphenburg involved a transfer to a tram, which we successfully managed. Wow! The palace at Nymphenburg is huge and it's amazing. It's been very well maintained and is filled with original furniture. We purchased tickets for the full tour. We were able to see several rooms in the palace, and we also had a ...
... else on the street was in exactly the same type of gear. Nikita met me in the foyer of her hostel (yep, I was going with a hostel pleb), and together we retraced most of my steps back to Oktoberfest. We had the whole day today, and I intended to actually make it most of the way through it (I really wanted a memorable pork knuckle), so we were keen to not only head to the beer halls, but also explore all the grounds and attractions. Nikita was really excited to go on the rides, ...
... wines, and will
extoll their virtues at length. The prices, unfortunately, reflect this
assessment of the wines’ worth. We found them generally good, though maybe not
quite up there with the best Oregon wines (ahem…).
The Kiwi beer scene is really picking up, particularly in
Wellington and Auckland. Both towns have burgeoning scenes, and though the beer
may not be quite up to Portland standards (no bias here!), some is really good.