When I last blogged, we had just arrived in Munich. You might not know this, but Munich is actually quite close to Füssen — they are about two hours apart, so Neuschwanstein is considered an easy day trip from this city. Given our experience with lines at Neuschwanstein, I am quite glad that we made the decision to make the two areas two different destinations on our travels, because that would have been a very long day indeed.
Anyway, it’s Saturday evening now, and we have been in Munich for about 48 hours. Our flat is in a great location, so we have once again done a lot of walking — more than 12 miles in two days.
On Friday, we walked into the Altstadt (old town):
We walked and walked and walked. Toward the end of the afternoon, we did fortify ourselves with chocolate. But of course.
After that, we walked to BMW Welt, which is next to Olympiapark.
As we left, I snapped this photo of Olympiapark:
Then, on our walk home, we came across this random sign on a building:
Well, okay then.
In the morning, we leave Munich and head off for our final adventure before our trip is over. I’m not sure if we’ll have wifi where we are staying, so it might be Monday or possibly Tuesday before I update here again.