The Charles Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... morning! In the southern apartment there was the Gallery of Beauties, which depicts 36 different women, presenting an idea of what King Ludwig thought was attractive.
After the Palace I went to the Marstall museum. In this museum there is a collection of a number of Royal Coaches and Riding wear. As it was winter, there were a few of the coaches under restoration, but what I could see was pretty cool. It was clear that they loved ...
... to find peanut butter in Europe. It's nearly nonexistent, or whenever I do see the single-item-selection with one jar of peanut butter it's quite pricey. I don't know what it is, but I guess Europeans just don't like it. But I FINALLY HAD SOME YESTERDAY! I had gone over 6 weeks without, and finally the taste of home was available! And yes, that little tidbit was so exciting that it belongs in a blog post about visiting historical locations in Germany.
... on a looksee. So today we eventually walked through the gates at 3:00.
The walk around was something else. Lots and lots of partying and lots and lots of very drunk people. However, in addition to the drinking the other big focus of the fesitval is a midway, which surprised both me and Cheryl. Yep …. rides, rides and more rides. I am not sure who came up with the great idea to couple ridiculously spinny rides with alcohol, but there it was. Another surprise ...
... Germany since this is the country I was going to be coming back to after the tour. We stopped in the town centre of Munich and were given an hour and a half to look for outfits for oktoberfest ! The dresses were around 130euros.. waaaay out of my budget for a dress I was only going to be able to wear once, or maybe once a year during Oktoberfest. So Stacey, Matilda and I opted for the classic German hats and a checkered shirt. I also had my first big soft pretzel ...
... Especially the early models. As interesting as it all was it couldn't hold a candle to the Volkswagen counterpart. VW won hands down. One piece of history I will mention is not far from BMW World. Munich is quite flat, almost no hills to be found. We did find one though. Quite a big grassy hill, we could see people at the top and on their way up and down. "Oh that?" The tour guide said. "It's tradition to ski there on New Year's Day each year. That's the pile of rubble from World War ...