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July 31, 2011
Thursday. 8.1.13 3:59 am
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I should mention that I had come to Germany to spend time with my dad. He had picked Munich. I was more interested in Berlin, but as it was his first trip to Europe, I figured he should decide. On the morning of July 31, 2011, I was waiting for him and enjoying some free breakfast at the Holiday Inn Express near the airport. We'd picked this hotel because it had parking for the rental car and would presumably be easy to for Dad to find. I had arrived the night before, because, as you know, I was coming from Memmingen.

It had been almost 7 months since I'd seen my dad, so I was pretty excited when he walked into the lobby. We hugged, exchanged news, and set straight to work on a game plan. We planned to spend the day in Munich, spend most of the week touring Bavaria, then return to Munich and enjoy it properly. Whenever I visit a new city, I like to take some manner of tour to get oriented and find out what places are worth coming back to explore. Bike tours are my favorite, and after a little online research, I chose Mike's Bikes of Munich (reservations advised).

We had plenty of time before the 4pm tour, so Dad and I decided to introduce ourselves to some Bavarian beers at Hofbrauhaus. It was a rather kitchy, and packed with tourists (as was that whole area of town), but the food and drinks were reasonably priced and quite delicious. I'd still recommend it as a good, low pressure environment to learn about the season's beers, as the menu is quite informative. They serve the same beers at the beer garden by the Pagoda in the English Garden, which is a sight not to be missed.

Cruising through the English Garden was definitely the highlight of the bike tour, for me. It's a huge area with lots of hidden surprises, like a spot on the river where the daring can surf (YouTube that shit). When we returned to Munich at the end of my dad's trip, we spent a large part of our time there, people watching and enjoying the sunshine.

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A bike tour through Europe sounds like fun. I did a bike tour with my family when I was 15 and I think I'd like to do another one...
» randomjunk on 2013-08-01 05:44:37

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