Like all travelers, I have seen more than I remember and remember more than I have seen. If you ever traveled for an extended amount of time, you know that everything becomes one big blur when you’re constantly on the go. I try my best to write down my thoughts and memories, but our day typically starts around 9 AM or earlier and doesn’t end until 10 PM or later. Add to that very limited Internet, and you’ve got one very frustrated blogger. But I will keep on keeping on, and if there is something in particular you’d like to see/read/learn about my travels, just drop me a line or let me know in the comments section! As for those who are thinking, “Where did the personal style posts go?” Not to worry! I’ve teamed up with Lulu*s to show you how to style Europe-inspired outfits and stay chic with a limited wardrobe, so stay tuned for Lulu*s Travel Style Diary!
The highlights of our last few days in Munich included a visit to Pinakothek. On Sundays you can visit all public museums for only one euro, and we got lucky and saw both, the old and new Pinakothek for that price. Simply put, we saw Rembrandt, Rubens, Poussin, Raphael, Reni, Picasso, Van Gogh, Monet and more for the shocking price of one euro. Talk about getting lucky! When you’re in a different country whose language you do not speak, sometimes the simplest of tasks becomes a major ordeal, so you quickly learn to value the most matter-of-fact occurrences. Other activities I would recommend include the famous Hofbrauhaus, a romantic picnic and stroll through the parks of Nymphenburg Palace, delicious ice cream at Crema Gelato or any of the many ice cream cafes, and as usual, lots of leisurely wandering.
We will be returning to Munich later in our trip, so I’d love to hear your recommendations for places we may have missed! Read about what else we’ve seen and done in Munich, and let me know your recommendations in the comments sections! And if you have any questions about where I’ve been and what I’ve seen, don’t be shy! Ask away!