Friday, August 14, 2015

Erding, Germany

Colorful houses at Erding

Erding, a small town about 20 minutes away from  Franz Josef Strauss, Munich airport was the first town I visited in Europe last March. My departure to Europe from Los Angeles happened on a very last minute, I remember I was in San Diego over the weekend when I found out my passport was ready to pick up at German Consulate, San Francisco. I took a train back to LA continue with a bus to San Francisco, arrived early morning then went straight to pick up my documents and luggage. The same day rushed back to LA to catch my flight to Munich. Didn't sleep well for 2 days and somehow I think it's crazy how the past 30 days i've been through a long journey traveling from Seattle all the way down to San Diego, a little exhausted but my body and brain were soo ready to explore what Europe has to offer. We stayed at Ibis Hotel, Erding and even things happened so fast, spontaneous and unexpected that I barely breathe, but it turned out someone had good times trying German local food and beers, a date night with my best friend exploring little Erding (resting too ) for 3 days before heading to busy Munich
How to get there : From Munich International Airport, you can take airport bus number 512 from Terminal 1 ( $4-5 one way )  Check http://mvv-muenchen.de for bus schedule
Where to stay : We stayed with Ibis Hotel, 15 minutes walk to downtown Erding. There's a lot of hotels too near airport or downtown Erding.

Downtown Erding

Restaurant at Erding
Boutique at Erding



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