After a day in Heidelberg, we drove to Munich and spent two days in the city centre. I've decided to upload separate posts for each day, since there are a lot of photos for the second day and the second day was just lots of landmarks in the main city centre in Munich. So here are the photos from the first day in Munich.

 SAT 18.06

 MUNICH

NYMPHENBURG PALACE









It's was a verrry nice surprised when we were buying entrance tickets to the palace that under 18's can go in for free. For like 90% of the palaces or museums that we went into, the price for under 18's/17's was free, so that actually saved so much money all together. Anyway, with most museums that I go into, I walk out with 0.5% of the historical information that I have received throughout the tours, and it was no different with this one. But I'll fill you in in some 'memorable' moments, aka. the only ones I remember. We went into the underground 'car park', which was where they would 'park' the horse carriages, so I guess you can call it a 'carriage park'. The carriages in there were absolutely gigantic, and extravagantly decorated with gold and paintings, etc. Btw, there is a photo above that kinda looks like a side-view of the horse carriages, but they're actually in-door sledges for children (our childhoods were very different) which were also verrrry extravagant.

There were also a lot of porcelain from China and Japan on display, since there was a lot of trading between the West and the East. It was pretty cool to see parts of my own culture in there.

My memories are seriously fuzzy when I try to remember what else I saw in the Nymphenburg Palace, but since we also went to the Residenz later on, my memories have sort of mushed together. But anyway, I was impressed by the size of the garden and entrance of the palace. The first photo is of the front entrance and you can really get a sense of how grand it is. I couldn't get a photo of the garden because it was literally the size of a park, like I think the locals go for regular jogs through there because it's so massive. Can you even imagine how long it would take to mow the lawns.

BMW MUSEUM







ngl I know and care fuck all about cars. Also I was soooo exhausted that day after so much walking and so little sleep the night before, so I was extremely grumpy and uninterested the entire time we were in the BMW museum (but at least the entrance ticket for me was free so it's not like I wasted anything lmao). Here is a photo of my looking incredibly entertained by shiny pieces of metal.


The second part of our time in Munich will have loads more photos in it, since we were in the city centre and there were so many beautiful buildings and sights there.
After a day in Heidelberg, we drove to Munich and spent two days in the city centre. I've decided to upload separate posts for each day, since there are a lot of photos for the second day and the second day was just lots of landmarks in the main city centre in Munich. So here are the photos from the first day in Munich.

 SAT 18.06

 MUNICH

NYMPHENBURG PALACE









It's was a verrry nice surprised when we were buying entrance tickets to the palace that under 18's can go in for free. For like 90% of the palaces or museums that we went into, the price for under 18's/17's was free, so that actually saved so much money all together. Anyway, with most museums that I go into, I walk out with 0.5% of the historical information that I have received throughout the tours, and it was no different with this one. But I'll fill you in in some 'memorable' moments, aka. the only ones I remember. We went into the underground 'car park', which was where they would 'park' the horse carriages, so I guess you can call it a 'carriage park'. The carriages in there were absolutely gigantic, and extravagantly decorated with gold and paintings, etc. Btw, there is a photo above that kinda looks like a side-view of the horse carriages, but they're actually in-door sledges for children (our childhoods were very different) which were also verrrry extravagant.

There were also a lot of porcelain from China and Japan on display, since there was a lot of trading between the West and the East. It was pretty cool to see parts of my own culture in there.

My memories are seriously fuzzy when I try to remember what else I saw in the Nymphenburg Palace, but since we also went to the Residenz later on, my memories have sort of mushed together. But anyway, I was impressed by the size of the garden and entrance of the palace. The first photo is of the front entrance and you can really get a sense of how grand it is. I couldn't get a photo of the garden because it was literally the size of a park, like I think the locals go for regular jogs through there because it's so massive. Can you even imagine how long it would take to mow the lawns.

BMW MUSEUM







ngl I know and care fuck all about cars. Also I was soooo exhausted that day after so much walking and so little sleep the night before, so I was extremely grumpy and uninterested the entire time we were in the BMW museum (but at least the entrance ticket for me was free so it's not like I wasted anything lmao). Here is a photo of my looking incredibly entertained by shiny pieces of metal.


The second part of our time in Munich will have loads more photos in it, since we were in the city centre and there were so many beautiful buildings and sights there.

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