München, die Weltstadt mit Herz
It finally happened- I'm talking about our little school trip to Munich! It started in the early morning hours on December the 6th, we gathered at 2.30 a.m., then drove for around 6 hours through Austria and finally came to Germany. It was quite dark, because it was so early, so I didn’t get to see all the beautiful places of Slovenia and Austria on our way.
We first visited Deutsches Museum (German Museum) the world's largest museum of science and technology. I wish we had more time to explore it, because it’s so big and it’s actually one of few museums that are not boring (I can’t believe I said a museum isn’t boring).
After that we headed towards the city centre, where the guide told us some interesting facts about the city and the buildings- but I’m not sure if anyone actually remembered anything.
We also had 50 minutes of free time- they are spoiling us (that was sarcastic for those who think 50 minutes is enough). My friend Katja and I immediately went to Starbucks, because for some reason we don’t have one in Slovenia. I still enjoyed my hot chocolate, even though the waiter spelt my name wrong. Then we had to decide to which store we want to go-we only had enough time to visit one and there were thousands and thousands of my favourite stores. We then went to Forever 21 and I actually fell in love with all the clothes, but we didn’t even have enough time to try on the clothes, so I just bought a leather skirt for me and a jumper for my little sister.
I wish we had more time to actually explore the beautiful, festive city and I actually almost cried because I could smell roasted almonds at every corner, but we had to leave.
Our last stop was BMW Welt and BMW Museum. The same day Coldplay had a concert in BMW Welt (I was so close to them, why didn’t the teachers leave me in Germany?). I was quite tired after a long day, but I still absolutely enjoyed watching all the old cars, motorcycles and I just wanted to steal one (but they would probably notice that a car is missing). There was a MINI exhibition in BMW Museum and we could sit in the car and pretend that we can actually drive it. Well only two more years to get my driving license- that’s not a long time.
At 4 p.m. we went back home. The drive back was a bit longer, we drove for around 7 hours, but I was so tired that I was sleeping almost the whole time. When we had a short stop in Austria it started to snow and that made me so happy.
In overall I had an amazing time in Munich and I will definitely go there again soon. But never again with school, because we actually missed so many beautiful places, we didn’t get to see festively decorated town in the late afternoon and a lot more. I’m actually ill ever since we came back, but it was worth it.
I hope you enjoy reading blog from another teenager!
Love, Sara Wallflower ♥