Hotel Alfa Muenchen
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... came as easy as the beer went down, looking for a change of pace or was it a change in price? We headed out into the night and returned to the aforementioned Christmas market as it seemed the Sarah and Derek were also Gluhwien fans.
Whilst the wine was hot the market was cold so after a mug we ventured into the warmth of the Austlinger beer hall for more frothys and discussion.
Approaching midnight we weren’t quite done but not knowing the city we ...
... Munich history in five phases, ending with the rise and fall of the Nazi era. Here were the top strangest items from this museum:
1) Opening the door to the Nazi floor, revealed a pervasive, mouth-watering scent of doughnuts. Overwhelmingly so. Matt helpfully offered, "I think it's the floors." That's even more f**ked up. I'm never going to smell Top Pot the same way again (or the Home Depot flooring division).
2) Each room had a tiny object in ...
... these kinds of things from me yet but stick with me. So lets move onto my cute little tent. It was so small. Inside of it were literally 2 pool floats aka our air mattresses. They fit in this tent side by side with no extra space. We also got a sleeping bag. After settling into our tent we bundled up for the chilly/drizzly day we had ahead of us in Germany.
We took the next bus toward the festival. It picked us up and dropped us off at the bus station where you could ...
... to get to Allianz so bus services were replacing the underground. Even once at the bus/train station that is closest to the stadium it's a good kilometre or more to actually get to the stadium. Despite all of this we had arrived with about an hour to spare before the English speaking stadium tour started. So we lined up, only to find out that the stadium tours were sold out for the day. Bugger. Unfortunately the following day the tours weren't operating because of ...
... quaint village. Very pleased to have had the chance to visit and would recommend to anyone who hadn't already visited. (PS: most things to buy were actually made in Germany - what a treat).
We then moved on towards Munich. Took a while to get to Munich and again, the hotel is in the outskirts of town, it is this big concrete box, and not very romantic at all. In fact all the hotels we have stayed in ...