Munich in 2 Days

Guten Tag, Munchen! Munich, where Oktoberfest happens all year long! People who go on other months aside from October won’t go thirsty or miss the best beer, trust me!


We took a night train to Munich, Germany. I figured it would save us money and time if we sleep in the train. How convenient is it to just sleep off the travel time and when you wake up, you’re already at your destination!  I got our tickets 2 months before through the DB Bahn website. This is where you find schedules of all the trains from and to Germany. I got the tickets for 209,50 EUR for 2 people. They sent the tickets through the mail but it took a month before it reached me so better make sure to purchase your ticket way before the travel date.


Transportation in Munich is so easy and feels very safe too! There are only 2 lines that connect to most of the places you need to see. Munich Central Station called Hauptbahnhof is conveniently located in the center making it very traveler-friendly and it has a lot of restaurants, shops, and a supermarket. You can get all the info you need right here or at any S or U-Bahn station. I suggest you get the PARTNER DAY PASS TICKET for 10 or 11,00 Euro. (Up to 5 people can use this pass unlimited for the entire day.)  Continue reading “Munich in 2 Days”

Krakow, Poland – A Learning Experience

So, let me ask you, what do you know about Poland? If you’re like me, I didn’t know anything about this country until I actually stepped foot on it and it dawned on me why Dad was very eager to visit – mainly because of its immense account in history. So here are my “I-didn’t-know-that! Moments” of Krakow, Poland.

  1. I took ample curiosity in WWII events and where better to learn it than the country where the war all started? Yup, World War II began when the Nazis (German’s) invaded Poland that faithful night in September 1939. image
  2. Not long after, the Soviet’s (Russians) invaded the country, now, the poor Poles were arrested, exiled and then executed for no other reason but to kick them out of their own country.
  3. A great number of Poles were Jewish and the Jews were filthy rich and for some reason Hitler hated them and wanted all of them dead! So they were transferred to a Ghetto or to Concentration Camps where they were treated like animals. A dime was probably more than a Jew’s life.
  4. Pope John Paul II was born in Krakow – How marvelous is that? Me, being in the place where a saint grew up.
  5. Oskar Schindler, who has become one of my greatest icons, has his factory still standing in Krakow and it is the very place where “Schindler’s List” was filmed. –One of my ultimate favorite movies.

Here’s me wishing you had an “ahhhh” moment as well. But despite of wars and oppressive regimes, the city’s survival makes it a precious gem to its country. The city is just simply beautiful to explore on foot where you get to experience its medieval ambiance amongst a modern atmosphere. Continue reading “Krakow, Poland – A Learning Experience”