Leaving Prague was bittersweet… Onto a few days in Munich.
I absolutely love taking the train whenever possible. You get to take in the landscape, small towns, and villages. All shades of the rainbow and more.
When I reminisce of past travels nature weighs heavy on my mind.
Where it all began for Munich in 1158 and it is still The main square of the city.
Marienplatz is the heart of the city of Munich. In the Middle Ages, the square used to be a market place as well as the site where tournaments and festivities took place.
Dirndl is a type of traditional dress worn in Germany and other surrounding countries.
These can be very pricey with all the detail, handmade and time that goes into them. I was intrigued and had to pop in the department store and browse through and also the lederhosen’s .
One of the things on my husbands bucket-list; The famous Hofbräuhaus
Instantly connected our passion for travel. They work for a tour travel company. Tierney & Ricki are based in Florence Italy and travel all over Europe and beyond.
It was so wonderful to get input on places on our bucket-list, share travel stories and drink some of the best beer in the world.
Absolutely adore Tierney! She has the most amazing spirit about her, instantly felt like we had known each other forever and Wanderlust is no doubt in her soul.
Walking back to our hotel we had a sensational street musicians. We stopped for a bit to enjoy and wish I captured my husband and expats dancing…
Thank you Munich for the best beer, bustling streets, and unexpected new friendships!