Firstly, let me apologise for some of the wonky centred pictures... I really need to get myself a real camera, instead of using the one from my iPhone... It was so glary, I couldn't see the screen, so I just had to aim and click and hope for the best lol... Anyway...
Munich Part 1!!! Woo!!!
This post will consist of photos from day one and two and will feature the city centre. Day two will be about Nymphenburg Palace. I didn't take that many pics on the first day, since it was Saturday, and since I'm relatively short I only got shots of people's heads with whatever it was I wanted to shoot slightly visible in the background lol... So yeah, on Sunday I had much more luck since all the shops were closed and the city centre wasn't as busy. ^__^
|I travelled to Munich and back with Meinfernbus. It was the first time I tried this company, and I hadn't travelled by coach since my trip to Osaka. I must say, for the price (15 Euro one way, so 30 Euro in total) I was amazed. It was a comfortable journey, and most importantly there was free wi-fi and a toilet!|
|En route from the bus station to the hotel. I though I'd walk, since it was only a 20 minute journey. But... In the rain? Without an umbrella? Meh, it was cool, since I got to see some of the side streets.|
|I took a few pictures from the sightseeing bus, including this one. The others... Well, they didn't turn out that spectacularly so... Here's this one. You can see the River Isar. The weather at this point was still a bit grey and rainy.|
|I don't remember where this was... Near the station maybe? Or not?|
|Neuhauser Strasse - Popular shopping area. It was crazy busy on Saturday. Well, not so busy really, but compared to Zurich everywhere else is busy!|
|Karlstor again, from behind.|
|Karlsplatz tram station. The trams in Munich are so much smaller than the ones in Zurich! I like riding trams. ^^|
Oh, I was about to end the post here, then I realised that I had many more photos to show you..... Hahaha!
|Maximillian Strasse - The street on which all of the name brand stores are located.|
|One of the many sightseeing buses that tour through Munich. They come every then minutes.|
|This is still Maximillian Strasse, I think...|
|Max Joseph Platz|
|Bye bye Munich. Part of the station was visible from the bus stop.|
What did you think of Munich? Have you been there before?