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A mesmerizing visit to eibsee and beautiful memories….

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An Eibsee lake....A beach for Germany

Eibsee is a lake in Bavaria, Germany, 9 km southwest of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and roughly 100 km southwest of Munich. At an elevation of 973.28 m, its surface area is 177.4 ha. Eibsee lies at the base of the Zugspitze (2950 meters above sea level), Germany's highest mountain.

As of May 2017, trains from Munich to Garmisch-Partenkirchen leave twice an hour and the trip takes about an hour and a half. Buses travel regularly from the train station in Garmisch-Partenkirchen to Eibsee. A valid train ticket can often be used to ride the bus.



After travelling through alomost whole Munich and as my departure date to India was getting nearer I had travel plans to outside city area as well and with discussion with Ulrich and Joerg, I decided to go for one day trip to Zugspitze. So I left early on Sunday, 28th May, 2017 from Gern metro station and moved to Munich central station. I got a ticket and of Deutsche Bahn (DB) train for Euro 25 for whole day …

Nymphenburg Palace in Munich - First Day in Munich Germany

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Nymphenburg Palace in München

First Day in München Germany


At the very first day in Munich (München). Above picture shows my living place while I was in Germany. Thanks to Joerg Sneider. The place is at the center of the city. A capital of Bavaria state. It's a Maharashtra Day in Maharashtra and I am eagerly missing it. 

As a first time outside of the country, I was feeling some strange but it as nice to have such environment. As it was a different experience, I was spending time like there is no tomorrow. I was feeling a great evening with sunshine at 7 PM as well. I saw something which I had not seen in India. People were jogging, cycling, enjoying with friends. Some girls were sleeping in sunshine and feeling breeze as its start of summer.

Some strange but resulted good things I noticed were like
No fan I have seen. Only heaters and that to be used every now and then.People were giving time to them.Shops not including restaurants were closed 6PM, 7PM or at most 8PM sharp.On Sunday, …