Return to Munich


Return to Munich

If you happen to follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed things looking a little different recently. We spent the last couple of weeks in Germany, specifically Bavaria. Even more specifically, we were based in Munich. It was a trip I had anticipated for a very, very long time. If it wasn’t for our miniature schnauzer being left in the loving care of my parents, I would have been extremely tempted not to return home at all (my husband, no doubt, has a different opinion on that topic). I’m eager to share some of my favorite experiences, places, restaurants, and so on from our trip so look for future posts. I managed to check off quite a few of those Must See sights.

It had been four years since our last visit but it amazed me how unchanged so much of the city seemed to me. The daily walk from the local S-Bahn to the hotel now has a couple of new-to-me grocery stores and medical offices that had been under construction during our last visit. Otherwise there were no big changes. It was all the same. The walks in the park. Rides on public transit. Meals at Hirschgarten. So many of the details which my mind has replayed did not disappoint me.

But, like anything, it wasn’t perfect. The crowds of tourists were amazingly large at times.

But when you find those quiet places in Munich, for me, it can’t be beat.

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