299 Steps: My morning in Munich, Germany

On Friday, July 1st, I woke up, around 6am, feeling refreshed and ready for some sightseeing!

Well…

The thing is…

Nothing really opens before 9am. I had no desire to sit in my hostel soΒ I wandered downΒ Neuhauser Straße again…

Just check out this difference!

When everyone is awake…

 

When everyone is still sleeping…

 

 

Neues Rathaus

 

Even though there weren’t that many people, there were a lot of delivery trucks! And they either wanted to 1.) run me over or 2.) park right in front of the things I wanted to take pictures of πŸ˜‰

 

 

Old Town Hall

 

 

 

After circling the blocks a few times and a bit of reading, the cafe I wanted to go to was finally open!

 

Cafe Frischhut

 

This cafe has the best donuts I have ever had! My beau, Tyler, is obsessed with donuts. In fact, it is his favorite dessert. So as his girlfriend I have tried A LOT of donuts, therefore, I feel very qualified to make this distinction πŸ˜‰

 

 

Alrighty, I gave myself about an hour to eat/drink at Cafe Frischhut. It took a whopping 20 mins. So I had some more time to kill before St. Peter’s Church opened. Cue more wandering.

 

 

St. Peter’s Church

 

Guys.Β 299Β steps is no joke. I started the first flight like,

 

“Yeah I got this”

 

to

 

“OK, maybe I’m not in the best shape…”

 

to

 

“HOW MANY MORE STEPS?!?!?!”

 

to

 

“I’m going to die, I’m dying, I’m going to die climbing these steps”

 

Ok. So I was a little dramatic. But seriously. I was SO out of breath. Especially, when I saw the view…

 

 

 

After catching my breath, I made my way back down and headed to the market.

 

Victuals Market

 

 

At the market I bought a few things for the train ride to Salzburg!

 

 

I loved everything about Munich, but I definitely think it is a city to be enjoyed with friends! To wander, sit, eat, and obviously drink beer πŸ™‚

 

 


Love always, Arianna the Wandering Pipette

 

 

 

 

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299 Steps: My morning in Munich, Germany
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Morning spent exploring Neues Rathaus, Old Town Hall, St. Peter's Church, and Victuals Market.
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