Hotel Insel Muhle
Travel Blogs from Munich
... the day off tomorrow and "chillax"...can't wait!
Mostly though - I can't wait for Saturday, when we see Jim. The past few weeks have been exactly the adventure I was looking for, and I wouldn't have changed anything about it. I'm just ready for the next part of the adventure to begin - with my best friend, love of my life and Jack's hero with us...get over here, JD!
... Beer Hall, where Hitler first entered into the rowdy world of beer hall politics, and where the early Party had its offices. It must be the most photographed Apple store in the world. Later, we finished our day at the Hofbrauhaus; yet another significant landmark in the rise of the NSDAP.
Today, it is Munich's leading tourist attraction: a riot of boistrous noise and drunken revelry, with a resident oompah band providing the soundtrack and whipping up the ...
... not yet watched so it wasn't a disaster. We arrived in Munich around 14:30 so we had plenty of time to catch a train to our new place and then visit the local shopping centre. It was like a cross between woolies and Big W. Lots of food but also lots of stuff. Unfortunately, we still have quite a bit of leftover chocolate and wafers from previous stops so we could not fully indulge our curiosity. It was quite surprising to ...
... rocks, around the waterfall, over the leaf covered paths and through the towering spruce trees (like pines). Supposedly there are squirrels in the forest but we never saw any. I think they are smarter than these 27year olds and the 5 year olds who left a trail of nuts for them to collect after dark.
Triberg is a one street town famous for its cuckoo clocks and at 150kg they also have the world's biggest cuckoo - that's one big bird. At a tiny 4 table restaurant with walls full ...
So today, we leave Vienna and take the train to Munich where we pick up our rental car. Then we drive to Salzburg, Austria simply because it's the closest place to Berchesgarten, Germany. The young lady at our hotel looked very puzzled when I told her this. It turns out it's much cheaper to rent a car and return it to the same country, and the closest hub to rent a car is Munich. So off we go.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed