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One of my closest girlfriends, Ana Clara, moved to Munich with her honey for work. Naturally I just had to make it over there to see her life there one weekend. Don’t forget that Munich is freakin’ cold. A February weekend in Munich was a brave choice on my part. Going when it’s balls cold made me even more excited to pop by when the sun is out and we can stroll through the English gardens.

Back to the point: I had been to Munich before twice, once when I was studying abroad for a year in France when I was 16 for a couple of days, and again during my Bachelor’s for Oktoberfest (obvs). This time was more about actually seeing the city. I’m a lucky lady cos Ana eats sanely and loves adorable places with quality products, so every place she took me was just wonderful. Did you know that Germans are super open to vegetarians and vegans and that faux sausages exist all over the place? Even at beer festivals?! High five for the Bavarians.

Ana Clara and Yann-Yves’s close group of friends in the city were so precious and organized a traditional Bavarian brunch when I was in town, which did involve include Witbier before noon, wurst, pretzels and the works. These fine people then accompanied us to the local Starkbierfest that was that exact weekend, ha, which made for the most Bavarian day possible. If you’re planning a trip to Munich and like beer and beer culture, definitely check out if there are any small beer festivals going on, nothing like a liter of beer and pretzels and men in Lederhosen!

Strolling through the Munich streets, I was constantly in love with the pastel buildings, and the wideness of the streets and spaciousness of the interiors. Something about it was just so charming. For a city that had been basically rebuilt, even the modern buildings keep their original architecture, which I though was pretty cool. BTW, don’t jay-walk in Munich, apparently it’s a no no.

Boogie Donuts // Donuts To Go
Daddy Longlegs // Healthy/Coffee/Breakfast/Lunch/Snack
Dallmayr // Specialty Shop/Chocolates/Tea
La Taquéria // Mexican/Lunch/Dinner
Joon // European/Dinner/Bar/Cocktails
Wirthaus Hörreshof // Traditional Bavarian/Lunch/Dinner

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  1. April 22, 2015

    You captured the city so beautifully! Next time I have to show you around some more amazing spots or hopefully just catch up for a coffee :)

    lots of love to Paris,
    Vicky // The Golden Bun

    • Meg #
      April 26, 2015

      Vicky, next time I’d love to meet you!! I’ll be back for sure at some point. :)

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