Tulip Inn Concorde Munich
Travel Blogs from Munich
Take S-bahn to Isartor station and walk to Tulip Inn Munich Concorde
check out Marienplatz and its clock
St peter's church
Oktoberfest or rent bikes for English Garden
... Words cannot do justice to the power of actually being there. So special to h ave visited. Found our hotel on our return, quaint, and complimentary bottle of wine which was nice. Had simple tea in or room then went into Munich and started rick Steves walk tour. The city was alive and abuzz, full of people. We were surprised at the vibrancy of he ...
On Monday 22nd July we began our first long train trip of the five that we had pre-purchased with our five day eurail pass. We headed from Gränichen in Switzerland to Munich in Germany. Erin's mum has a cousin who lives in Munich so Jenny and Thomas (Erin's mum's cousin and her husband) were kind enough to have us stay for a few nights. The first night we arrived in the evening so we all just relaxed at their home with a few german weißbiers (wheat beers). Erin ...
... Our guide was a funny English guy called Marcin. Unfortunately the group consisted of mainly Americans but we met some nice Canadians, Hayley, Katrina and Alex, who we hung out with. We got a bottle of beer to drink as we walked to the subway. Our first stop was in the beer gardens of the food market we were in earlier. We had a 1L beer there. The next place we visited was another beer garden where we had a beer called ...
... city buildings were original, most were destroyed in the war and rebuilt afterwards. I learned about a plaque that Hilter put on a wall and it was compulsory to salute it as you walked passed. However, many people didn't want to do this and decided to walk a different route. But then the SS realised people were doing this, and if they were caught doing it twice, they would be punished, or sent to Dachau. I heard some interesting beer stories too and also ...
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- Pets allowed