Travel Blogs from Munich
Day 5 commenced with a four-hour walking tour of Munich. The guide displayed a great knowledge of the town, even though he'd only lived there for five years. In particular, his knowledge of the uprising of the Nazi party brought some parts of the town to life. The tour also pointed out some great drinking spots, provided the history of beer gardens …
On day 4, we started early and were on the 4am train to Gatwick Airport.
The flight into Munich was comfortable and it wasn't long after landing that we'd cleared customs and were on the S-Bahn into the city.
The hotel was very close to the train station, so it didn't take us long to walk to our accommodation. We got a …
Our first look at life in Europe
is our journey around Munich. Having
arrived at 9.30 am, we left the airport at around 10.30 am and decided to visit
the Dachau Concentration Camp memorial site.
I was in two minds about putting this on our agenda, but awful though it
is, it is part of our history.
The camp is a very …
Another snowy cold wake up in Salzburg.-2 degrees and a depth of approx 10cm of snow all around. Mayhem on footpaths as mini snow scrapers do their best as quickly as possible.. The pure white soon turns to brown slurry as more and more commute over it.. Loved the window sills to leave handprints etc though..haha
Onto the last train trip on …
And so today we got up (a little later due to last night's fun:) ) and decided there was much more to see and do, starting with another walk down the pedestrian streets here. Again, the people of Munich were out enjoying the weather at cafes and in the park, so we did the same. We saw several famous monuments and buildings along the way to the …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Wallis Munich
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