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After watching the clock in Rothenberg we headed back to the bus for our trip on to Munich.  Unfortunately, this was not the easiest ride because as it turned out we had no stops all the way, some four hours long. Luckily, for those that couldn’t wait the bus did have an emergency for emergencies. Out of 40 plus travelers we had several emergencies.

Finally near fourth thirty we made our way to the square at Munich where the old and new city halls are located.  Also there is an even more wonderful and amazing clock the old city hall.  At five pm we were there as the clock does its twice daily show. We just stood and watched as the movements of the figures and the bells peeled.  We were able to take several great pictures of the wonderful architecture including the gargoyles, amazing details.

As we got back on the bus we headed out of Munich but we had a short but very special quick stop at the Nymphenburg Palace.  We only had a few minutes and it was so difficult to take in and realize just how big it was.   

missandrea81 says:
Been to Munich many times. Grew up 40 minutes from there.
Posted on: Mar 31, 2013
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