Tryp By Wyndham Munich North
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A big day of travel today as we made our way from Vienna to Munich. Up early and at the train station by 8 for a 9.30 train to Munich via Salzburg. The main station in Vienna was easy to navigate and as with all of our public transport experiences in the city it was very hassle free and simple. Boarded our first class cabin and settled in for the scheduled 4 hour trip. The countryside was very green with lots of little villages along the way - the train must be very loud ...
This past weekend we trained over to Munich to hangout with our friends Kasey & Matt - we had so much fun!
It only took us an hour to get there by train; it was a very comfortable and pleasant ride. The only thing that was a bummer was that we were not informed of "seat reservations". So we kind of looked silly when two Germans came up to us and let us know that we were in their seats they had reserved. We attempted asking them how we were ...
... and churches I visited have been destroyed and rebuilt since WWII.
We definitely liked Munich city - we certainly did try some of the famous HofBrau Haus beer, and we also toured the HofBrau Haus as well as St. Peter's Church, St. Michael's Church, and Marienplatz (central square with many upscale stores). We also tried several sausages of course (very good), and a unique honey wine at the fabulous city market, which has lots of exotic fruit ...
... you won't be served) and spent the entire day there. We were quick to realise why it was dubbed the Aussie tent, with a lot more chants, stein sculling and banter. The atmosphere was amazing! On our final day we decided to head in for the afternoon/evening session, so spent the morning in town. We caught the underground to Marienplatz, a popular gathering place for people to met and more particularly watch ...
... trip and grew closer as parent and child (the baby!!).
To try and separate it all into some sort of logical sequence, I am going to separate my posts by country. So this post is all from Germany, the second post will be all from Austria, and the third post will be all from Slovakia.
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