Munich, Maypole and Market

Munich, Maypole and Market


We began our first full day, after a lovely breakfast served by our pensioner host, by shopping in the Viktaulienmarkt where merchants are protected so the city only charges them a small percentage of their gross income and bans most fast-food chains.  Beer is considered liquid food so we embibed.



 

We walk it off with a six mile hike across the English Gardens.  Such a beautiful day that nudity and wave boarding was rampant.



We explored the gothic architecture, did some obligatory shopping, but mostly just embraced a truly beautiful spring day in Munich with a sighting of a patch of edelweiss (we think).



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