MÜNCHEN, or how I braved the cold.

The Innocent Abroad

We have arrived in Munich.

The first thing I noticed after stepping off the train was the immediate temperature drop of what felt like 10 degrees. I found that Munich looks like nothing I had imagined, for instead of tiny cottages nestled at the foot of the Alps I have found a streamlined metropolitan city. We’re making the most out of this experience by shopping at posh stores and enjoying local foods. I had a hearty lunch of spicy chicken wings and potato wedges, and Susanna decided to try the bratwurst. I’m not exactly sure why it appealed to her, but she claimed to enjoy it, although her face said otherwise.

There is an obvious difference between Paris and Munich. Paris was romantic, flowery, and sentimental. Munich has older buildings and cathedrals but the people here seem to be more modern. Sleek hairstyles and black bomber jackets are frequently seen…

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