Discovering the Peterskirche in Munich

For about €1.50, we discovered that you can climb the Peterskirche and get a good (and cheaper) view of the city of Munich than most other towers on offer. So, after eating our body weight in Bavarian food at the famous Hofbrauhaus, and sipping on cheeky little take away cans of Hugos (fizzy elderflower champagne, […]

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Grass Between Your Toes

I’m not sure where it comes from, but one of my favourite things to do in the world is to kick off my shoes and lie on the grass. Preferably without a towel or a mat; somehow feeling the grass and dirt against your skin makes it even better. I suppose a lot of it […]

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Two Roads Diverged in a German Wood

Robert Frost’s famous poem ‘The Road Not Taken’ finishes with the famous lines: ‘Two roads diverged in a wood, and I, I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.’ I’ve always loved that poem because it rings true. I’ve certainly been happier when I’ve taken the road less travelled […]

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7 Quirks in Germany

I loved my time spent in Munich, and living in a typical German suburb for six weeks meant I got to really ‘experience’ Germany, if only for a while. I think the best part of being in a country for a while is getting to notice their little habits and quirks. Every country has them, […]

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Best things to do in Munich

I stayed in Munich for around 6 weeks this summer, living with my best friend from university and experiencing life in a typical German suburb. These were some of my favourite things that I did in there, perfect for whether you are staying there for a couple of days or a couple of weeks: Spend […]

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