Everyone knows Munich, or at the very least October fest, but even though I’ve been to most places in Germany, this was my first time in Munich. And I want to go back! You may also read about Anna’s five our fling with Munich with lovely colourful pictures.
I didn’t realise that these costumes are still very much used in the region in festivities or as work uniforms. Window shopping was entertaining.
The weather didn’t collaborate with us but we still wanted to check out the main square Marienplatz with the townhall. Totally worth getting wet for.
We stayed at the Hotel Wallis, which, based on all the table dancing places close-by, must have been the dodgier side of the railway station. The hotel was definitively worth the money though, we had two connected rooms with a nice balcony for 179e. And I would have almost paid the price for the breakfast alone, which was even better than the one we had in Pfronten! There are aspects I miss about Germany!!!
Once upon a time as a student in Germany I used to frequent Aldi, and immediately recognised the familiar grocery store close to the hotel. Maybe I’ve hit the middle age but now the prices there just made me just skeptical; how ethical can a store with that low prices be? Anyone with more information, please share!