Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... show. It's a classic event, but the bells seemed a bit out of tune today. I don't know if that's possible or if I was just too hot to enjoy it like I have in the past. We ate lunch at a cafe on Marionplatz, the main square. After lunch we went to the Victualianmarkt, or market, and did a little shopping before heading back to the bus. Steve bought some sweet mustard like he had with his brat at lunch.
We rode out to ...
... at 6, checked into hostel. Ate at Augustiner Keller. Had jungschweinebraten (pork, dumpling, rock **********, gravy) and an augustiner beer. Restaurant was a traditional german place, something straight out of a disney movie or epcot, with all of the staff and some of the patrons wearing traditional german attire you would expect to see at oktoberfest or whatever.
Went back to hostel. The room I am in has four beds, but they're smaller ones, and the ...
... important for me to catch, so I did.
For reasons unbeknown to me, I decided when I got back to get more to drink instead of showering and sleeping. My memory fades here. I remember the guys coming back, telling me all about their day. People are coming in and out of our room, Dave goes to someone elses room, Jack has a girlfriend, it is all a blur and I remember none of it properly. I message Victoria for the third night in a row drunk, this time she replies ...
... There are 42 parks in the in Munich including the Englischer Garten (English Garden), which is amongst the largest Urban Gardens in the World. It is much bigger than Hyde Park in London and New York Central Park. This was created in 1783 and has been improved over the years to today’s lovely garden.
During WW2, 90% of Munich was destroyed during the war. One house of interest that survived was one that Hitler lived in. After the war no one wanted to ...
... liverwurst and today our daily baked special was... Wait for it.... Stollen and homemade Zwetschgenkuchen (plum cake). It was just like my Mum used to make when I was younger... I was in heaven but only had one piece (I could have eaten the whole cake!) Full to the brim, we headed out to get to the Residenz a Munich by open time. We have learned that if you get to big sites at open time you almost always miss the tour groups who don't arrive til later. This ...