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Trip Moments

Finally arrived in Munich! With the light rain, we also returned to the winter of less than 10 °C from the spring of 20 °C, just want to find a place to warm and warm!
Go to the famous Royal Beer House and go to the crowd! I feel that I can't eat the food for three hours, when the attraction strolls around for a photo.
Seeing this century-old restaurant Zum Durnbrau on the map has become a new target for my food. The distance is very close, and it is also open in the afternoon. We arrived before 5 o'clock. There are not many people, but many tables have reservations for 7-8 o'clock in the evening.
Ask the waiter to eat now, and immediately enter the seat, there are three menus in German, English, Russian, do not understand it does not matter, directly take pictures to order, also support VISA credit card payment!
Bavarian beef soup is a surprise, with bread and crispy strips. The pig hand meal is basically a must for every table. The skin is crispy. The potato balls are similar to the cheese and potato balls of Lithuania. They should also be made of cheese mixed with mashed potatoes. The taste is slimy, like a rice cake. The vinegar salad is delicious and there are salmon inside. The apple pie is very fresh, not sweet, with fresh fruit inside, so I forgot to take a photo! The restaurant environment is quite atmospheric, with quaint black wooden furniture. Beer should be good to drink! After eating, remember to go out and look up, there are surprises! There are beautiful murals on the wall!
St. Peter's Church
Old Peter (St. Peter) is the oldest church in the inner city of Munich, Germany. As early as 1158, when Munich was built, a church was built here. The 8th century monks lived around the church on the hill. At the end of the 12th century, a new Bavarian Romanesque church was built, which was expanded to Gothic shortly before it was destroyed by fire in 1327. Since then, a new church was built in 1368. At the beginning of the 17th century, a 92-meter-high Renaissance spire and a baroque choir seat were added.
Although the trip has seen too many churches of different styles, St. Peter's Cathedral is not so prominent. However, the interior of the church is also unique in the style of Narococo and Baroque style, with white and gold as the mainstay, as well as jewelry and a collection room with hair shaft. Placed in the center of the main altar is the image of San Pedro, and the four saints at the bottom are very beautiful. The whole church is very solemn and elegant. The interior is beautifully decorated, especially its altar, with many gold-plated decorations and a gorgeous feel. The
church has a spire of up to 91 meters high and can be seen in many parts of Munich, becoming a landmark in Munich. It is free to enter the church and there is a charge of 2 euros for the summit. It was too cold that day, and I planned to climb the tower to overlook the panoramic view of Munich's Old Town, but at this time I gave up especially decisively. Overlooking the Marienplatz, it is the best location to look out for the new town hall and the Church of Our Lady. In the far north, you can see the home stadium of Bayern Munich, the Allianz Arena, when the weather is good.
Shirley Zhu
Park Nymphenburg