Day 38: Exploring München
We walked around some pretty crowded streets for a Monday. This was one of the main streets in Munich, lined with restaurants, beerhalls, and shopping.
In the courtyard of the church I posted yesterday in Marienplatz, there was a restaurant called the Ratskellar that mike said he had to try since there was a restaurant of the same name back in Boston.
Beers and sausage and pretzels.
Later on, we stopped into another beerhall where the walls were lined with deer heads and elaborate sculptures.
I kept telling like that it must be paprika in those bulbs since paprika chips are huge here.
And we went shopping. We spotted an H&M, an urban outfitters, and a place called "wormland" that housed men's fashion in bigger names.
On our way back, we spotted an anti-Islam parade cropping up with a herd of police officers and protesters on the sidelines.
It's a short post today, but we tour a few towns on the romantic road tomorrow. We wanted to be able to stop and spend some time in the towns so we are going to see Dachau the day after. So far, Munich has been a big, fun city with a ton of energy and history to boot.
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