Day 4 & 5 Rothenburg-Munich Munich-Venice
The day started early with a quick breakfast and then out to get some iconic photos before the droves of Asian tourists came
The yellow house was the inspiriation for Pinocchio.
The main hall.
After we went back and packed up we walked back to the train station after getting a pretzel to go and started our journey to Munich..
2 hours and three train rides later we arrived in Munich and had a short walk thru the dirtiest part of the city. It was a little sketchy feeling at first but once we made it out of the touristy areas it was beautiful.
Open air market by town square
We walked wayyy too much(10 miles) but got to see the university area which was cool. And we of course had to make some stops at some beer gardens
Finally getting back to the hostel we crashed and decided on taking a bike tour the next day to save our feet. Best. Decision. Ever.
Day 5 Munich - Venice
Woke up early to eat and catch the bike tour. It was a lot of fun and lead by an Ex-Pat who lived in Kenya and St Louis I believed. It was around five hours and so worth the 40 euro.
We enjoyed the history lessons and gorgeous weather. Also we stopped in this gorgeous church and just happened to catch a choir practice.
We had to stop for lunch during the trip and where else but a Biergarten where we shared a Grostl which is basically all the leftover meat from yesterday chopped up with sautéed potatoes and onions. Delicious.
After the tour was over we climbed to the top of Alter Peter to get some great shots of the city (check Facebook later). After that we had just enough time to go to one last Biergarten, Augustine - Kelly. It was my favorite by far for several reasons. Really good beer, great atmosphere, and they give half their profits to charity.