My very first morning in Munich, I reached there pretty early in the morning. While waiting to check in at the Euro Youth Hotel where I was staying at, I decided to check out the city via the Sandeman’s New Munich walking tour. It’s free and happens twice a day (1045am and 1pm), so if you’re not familiar with the city already, it’s a great way to get acquainted – Munich’s city centre is full of history, and while a lot of it was destroyed during the World Wars, the city has taken a lot of effort into restoring it …
Visiting the Schloss Nymphenburg aka Nymphenburg Palace on a wintery day in Munich
A melancholic visit to Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site, one of the first Nazi Concentration Camps in Europe
Ringing in the Christmas spirit with all the Christmas markets that I found in Munich in December
For my Munich trip, I had a great stay at the Euro Youth Hotel, a hostel with dormitories and private rooms near the central train station. I decided based on a rec that I read on Adventurous Kate and generally good reviews from the web; I had contemplated getting a hotel room, but I was going to be on my own for this Munich leg and I wanted to socialize a little, and hotels/bnb/apartments generally aren’t great for that. Also, hotel rooms weren’t that cheap, so I compromised by getting a single room in a hostel instead. Getting There …
Trying my hand at analogue photography and double exposures with the Lomography La Sardina Camera in UAE and Munich
I checked out Augustiner, Hofbrauhaus and Ayingers to see which was my favourite Bavarian Beer Hall in Munich
Ending 2012 with a bang by visiting 2 new countries – hello to the UAE and Germany!