I will be arriving in Munich a couple days before Robert gets back from his race to Italy. I will do a little sightseeing to experience a few things that I know are not “Robert’s Thing”…like a guided tour to Neuschwanstein Castle. This is the famous castle that Cinderella’s castle in Disneyland was created after. So far, that is the only thing that I have officially decided to do here in Munich.
We will be spending a couple days in Munich together at the end of our trip as well, so I want to be sure not to do any of the stuff that I know my husband wants to do. Especially visit the Hofbräuhaus for some rubbing elbows with the locals and drinking beer out of Stein’s. Speaking of Stein’s…did you know that Albert Einstein was born in Germany? When Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany, Albert left and went to the United States where he spent the rest of his life. Why am I telling you this? Because Adolf Hitler has something to do with my second Mystery Country…stay tuned for more information on that.
Other things that I would really like to do is take a cooking class in Munich so I am still researching that possibility.
But one thing that would be so very amazing…is to attend a Women’s flag football practice while there. As many of my friends, family and colleagues know, I having been playing flag football for 13+ years. I have always wanted to play in an international tournament, but going to a practice in another country would be just as amazing. However, I am having a little trouble finding any information on Women’s Recreational leagues in Munich. If you know anyone who knows anyone, please give a shout out.
As soon as I meet up with Robert, we will grab the car rental and it is Auf wiedersehen to Germany.
I would love your feedback on any “must-do’s” while in Germany.
This country has the most photographed Welcome to sign in all of Europe.
This country is responsible for the invention of the Rubix’s Cube and Vitamin C.