Rilano 24/7 Hotel Munich
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About a ten minute walk away from our apartment is Munich's famous Englischer Garten. At first glance I can immediately tell we are going to spend a lot of time there. It's packed with winding trails and surprises behind every corner. Beer gardens are scattered throughout the park, each different in their own way.
Walking through the trails ...
... seen both on the street to the hotel as well as other parts of the city. Many seem to have originated from the middle east, as I've seen many women wearing the full black outfit with only the eyes showing. My final observation is that a LOT of people seem to use bicycles here, much more so than at home (although I haven't seen anyone wearing a helmet).
At this point my back was starting to give me some trouble so I continued towards the hotel. There were a ...
Today we had an early breakfast at the hotel since we were being picked up for our tour at 8 AM. Andy from Pure Bavaria Tours met us on time and with 6 other people (2 from La Jolla, brothers-1 from Salt Lake City, 1 from North Las Vegas, and 2 from Tennessee) we headed for Neuschwanstein Castle, about a two hour drive south of Munich. We made several stops along the way to see the obligatory churches but ...
Munich was like a 24/7 tailgating party.. people cooking meat outside, lounging in parks or just any grassy area available, and drinking beer and eating at picnic tables.
"Gardens" where you can surf. Crowded old subways. Super cheap beer. Good variety of restaurants(viet, thai, texmex). Schnitzel and chili. Stayed at airbnb with 2 young people during their college finals. After, they were buying an old VW van and road tripping to Italy then taking the ferry to Greece.
... me just describe one interesting thing about where the bow from the apron is placed. On the left means you are available to men, to the right you’re taken and in the middle a virgin. A bow at the back means a widow or possibly a waitress. The free walking tour was ok, our guide really tried way too hard to involve everyone, I mean at every chance he would grab someone to reinact various important historical stories. However did he really need someone to play the part ...