The Munich Town Hall called the Rathaus), a neo-Gothic Neues Rathaus was constructed between 1867- 1908 and houses the world famous Glockenspiel. The 43 bells play a 15 minute carillon at 11.00am and between May and October 12.00am and at 5pm. The 32 mechanical figures of musicians, knights etc re-enact the marriage festivities of the marriage of Duke Wilhelm V to Renate von Lothringen in 1568.
A vegie burger in Munich – Not often us cyclists eat healthy!!!
Food here in Munich is just as good as it’s weiss beer. Its just delicious and drives you insane making you crave for more and more…Its great value for the huge portions you get.
One of the main squares in Munich
A beer pedalling automobile -
Novel way to get the kids around!! – Tube Station in Munich
We left Munich after 2 days of relaxing, beer sampling and sight seeing. For example, we took a day-trip to Dachau (a nazi concentration camp just outside Munich) which was a sobering experience.
Cycling paths are top quality..Roads to ourselves
Entering Augsburg – Dying for a beer
Arriving into Augsburg, we realised that there was a medieval festival on that night. With an inquisitive spirit, we found a camp spot close to the festival….Let the games begin!!!!
Augsburg town centre – trams galore
At the medieval festival in the town. Weird!!