Unfortunately we only had to eat and walk around a little bit. At the restaurant, there we lots of enthusiastic European football (soccer) fans. Rooting the Bayern Munich Soccer Club. I ate a pretzel, along with Milton Bear, and Cream of Mushroom soup. My friends dishes included wiener schnitzel, bratwurst, and sauerkraut.
One of the nice things about Munich is that it was one of the few German cities not bombed and destroyed during World War II so there any many old buildings and churches still completely intact.
Below are some pictures:
|Right outside of the Munich Airport|
|Our hotel we stayed at in Munich during our 10 hour layover.|
Marienplatz and the Rathaus-Glockenspiel
|Milton Bear in front of the Glockenspiel #miltonbear|
|Love this sculpture.|
|These are mechanical figures that move on top of the Glockenspiel at 5:00 everyday. It reenacts two story from 16th century Germany.|
|It seemed like every other building in Munich had a clock. This a clock that had the signs of the Zodiac.|
|Lobster in Munich!|
|Recognize this store?|