Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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... it was was brand spanking new to the locals, compared to the 'Old Town Hall' which dates back to the early 1300s.) Although we had seen a fair few buildings oozing history that morning, descending the steps into the city's oldest wine cellar, from the courtyard of the town hall, really felt like stepping down into another era. Myriad nooks and crannies tucked away around corners under a vaulted ceiling, with the odd stained ...
... is a friend at work who earlier in the year went into the public toilets at work and walked in on a man ******** who hadn't locked the door. I gave her, dare I say, so much **** for that at the time! But that came back to bite me on the train, when I went to go to the toilet, saw the green light, tore open the door, and there, mere inches in front of me (train toilets are tiny), was a bloke having a ****. Who does that?! Not just who doesn't lock the train toilet ...
... which featured all their cars, motorcycles and information about the brand. On our way back into town we stumbled upon a great bike/walking path that was along the river. Followed that for sometime then walked around the main square had some beers and apple strudel that was mouth watering for a late afternoon dessert. We had a long day of walking and ready to rest up for a fun day of drinking and dancing ...
... and had 3 samples of beer. After this we caught a tram to the hofbrau keller, where we walked through the beer garden, then had dinner in the main building. A mix of traditional beer garden and hall foods. After dinner we caught a tram to the hofbrauhaus where the tour ended. I went into the beer hall, had a drink and got some souvenirs, i also had a quick look around before walking up the street back to the hostel and going to bed.
We departed Toronto at 8:25pm Thursday and arrived into Munich at 10:20am Friday. After a quick trek through customs, we met up with our friend Garret at the arrivals. From the airport, we took the subway into the city centre. The overall trip was approximately 50 mins.
The weather was wet and cold. It was 4 degrees when we got into the city. The main railway station was Hauptbahnhof station, which was ...