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  • Day57

    Overnight in Munich

    August 15 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    So... we have been planning for 2 months now, to do our first shopping in Munich (beautiful shoes, boots, hiking gear) and we made careful plans to arrive at the correct time (not Sunday or mid afternoon) so that we would have time to shop. However when we arrived, we discovered that today was a special public holiday just for Munich and EVERYTHING was closed ..... so we had to resort to the usual activities of eating and drinking ((Rudi was very happy)!Read more

  • Day7

    1. Besuch in München

    June 24 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Wir sind Landstraße durch die Hallertau gefahren...rechts und links von Hopfen gesäumt...dem werde ich mich heute Abend auch widmen 🍻😉

    Bin mal gespannt wie wir heute Abend mit dem Geräuschpegel an der Grünwalder Str. parat kommen...aber wir haben einen Parkplatz direkt bei unseren Freunden vor der Tür gefunden und der Biergarten ist auch nicht weit

    Dat war mal richtig schön in nem urbayrischen Biergarten...und dat Maß schmeckt 👍

    Morgen geht's wieder ein kleines Stückchen zurück in den Münchner Norden, einen ganz alten Freund aus meiner Kindheit besuchen...
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  • Day20

    The Eagle's Nest

    June 23, 2018 in Germany ⋅ ☁️ 12 °C

    As I emerged from the Munich S-Bahn at Marienplatz, I had a feeling of déjà vu. I remembered having been at this exact spot with Mum and Dad during our trip to Germany many, many years ago. We sat outside under an umbrella in the square opposite the famous glockenspiel Clock Tower enjoying a German beer. Mum was so taken with the fine lager glasses that she put two in her handbag and I believe still has them. Munich was busy with Friday night revellers, but I resisted, and had an early night at the comfortable Blauer Bock Hotel nearby.

    This morning I set out on a trip to visit the Eagle’s Nest - part of Hitler’s mountain retreat, the Berghof. After a pleasant train journey from Munich, I arrived at the charming town of Berchtesgaden. From there a bus took us to Obersalzberg location of the now demolished Berghof, which in the 1930s became, surprisingly, the 2nd seat of the Nazi government after Berlin. Then a further specially constructed bus to cope with the steep climb up the mountain to Kehlsteinhaus (The Eagle’s Nest), where, with its panoramic views, Hitler entertained special guests. It is virtually the only building not to have been bombed or demolished, and now serves as a restaurant / bar.

    To reach the summit you had to walk through a long tunnel constructed in 1938 and take a beautiful copper decorated lift to the top. What fabulous 360 degree views over the Bavarian Alps and Lake Konigsee. It is hard to imagine in this idyllic mountain setting that Hitler and his followers made world shattering decisions on war, persecution and genocide.

    I enjoyed bockwurst and potato salad and a cool, German lager in the main reception room, featuring a marble fireplace gifted by Mussolini, although it was a bit unsettling to see photographs of Nazi leaders and dignatories pictured in the same room. The excellent museum Dokumentation Obersalzberg provided a great insight into the Nazi takeover of this hitherto quiet mountain community.

    I did contemplate making the very short train journey over the border to Salzburg, Austria for some pink lemonade. Some light relief in The Sound of Music city would have been welcome. However I headed back to Munich for dinner and to get ready for the next part of my trip - the overnight sleeper train to Hamburg. Another very special day, sobering in part, but with breathtaking scenery.
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  • Day3


    January 3 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ -3 °C

    Fantastic view of Marienplatz from the ground and from Peterskirche (St. Peter’s Cathedral). The hike up "Alter Peter" (Old Peter) consists of about 300 stairs, so I was pretty dizzy by the time I got to the top.

  • Day2


    April 10 in Germany ⋅ 🌧 11 °C

    The first stop of our central European trip is Munich. During three days and two nights time here, we learnt a bit history of Bavarian Royal family, had so much sweet pastry, started to understand some German words, astonished by this city's buildings and sculptures.

  • Day4

    Nymphenburg Palace, Munich

    April 12 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 3 °C

    We actually enjoyed more the park like garden than the interior of the Palace, as pretty overwhelmed by the Rococo style used in the four casals visited in Munich. The girls loved the birds here, swans, ravens, wild geese, woodpeckers...

  • Day34

    Munich again

    June 24 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    We caught the train back to Munich to return the rented bikes and have a few days before flying north to Norway.
    Staying in the Arabest Aparthotel very close to the main railway station was very convenient. We even had a washing machine that was put to good use. A bit of sightseeing, some washing, resting, repacking for non-cycle travel, and a few very good Munich beers.Read more

  • Day47


    August 3, 2017 in Germany ⋅ 🌙 23 °C

    Overnight in Munich- walked down to the glockenspiel- unfortunately we weren't there in time to see it in action, then on to the Hofbräuhaus for a 'little' drink and some hearty German food! It's been a 'few' year since I experienced the Hofbräuhaus in my youth!

  • Day22


    September 24, 2016 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 63 °F

    This was our longest stay in one city so far but it was much needed. Although we didn't do much besides attend Oktoberfest it was ok because we got such a local experience! There is no event that compares with people from all parts of the world coming together to enjoy a beer in massive "beer halls" or what we'd call tents! We met people from the US, Germany, Australia, Luxembourg to name a few, we learned some Germany songs, we ate a lot of German carnival food and we had a great time! It was a lot of fun seeing everyone dressed up in the traditional clothing which we contemplated buying but decided not to since we wouldn't have room to pack them anyways. We're glad we could check this off the bucket list and I'm sure we'll be back at some point!

    Side note: We're writing this post on a train to Salzburg Austria which is our next stop and are pretty pissed because we just got charged 72euros for accidently getting on the wrong train!! We had bought a regional train pass and took the non-regional train which isn't marked anywhere! There's nothing more frustrating than these German ticket checkers who are the rudest people then dare to say "have a great journey" after he just charged us twice the cost of a ticket in addition to the one we already paid for! Moving on...
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  • Day2

    Cenando en Ratskeller

    February 9 in Germany ⋅ ☁️ 6 °C

    Cansados como estabamos, decidimos cenar en el restaurante que esta debajo del ayuntamiento nuevo, frente a la plaza.

    Compartimos los platos, asi que probamos todos los tipos de salchichas del menu.


You might also know this place by the following names:

München, Landeshauptstadt, Muenchen, Munich, 80638, 81245, 81673, 81737

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