Looking forward to meeting you!
I've always found that people who travel are far more relaxed and unconventional
than others, more flexible, more open-minded and understanding.
As, definitely, travellers are more curious, too, it is always exciting to talk to them:
they have experienced so many things.
(All these prejudices are being confirmed each & every day!)
I simply love hosting airbnb guests. There is almost nothing in this world I would change for.
And, of course, I love to tell you about all the very beautiful things in Munich, today,
that you should not miss, mostly the non-commercial ones!
Plus the things which (in my view) should no way be missed, as well culturally as culinarily?
Some of this information about semi-private locations could not be found in any official guides.
And I will tell you my thoughts about the very, very dark times in the Munich history, too, if you should wish so?
A few guests came several times, already, even friendship arose. Isn't that wonderful?
Thank you, airbnb! GREAT THAT YOU EXIST!
I was a psychologist before retiring and have always been an artist, too. I spent some time in London, Paris, Barcelona, Mallorca and Berne, so I speak more languages
than just one.
There is one thing I learnt from the Germans, and now, I even LOVE it:
They will never be "polite", but tell you straight forward what they like and what they don't like.
After living for so long in Germany, I can only say: I truly love this, meanwhile. It makes things so easy!
There is a proverb, saying: In Rome, do as the Romans do.
PLEASE BE "GERMANS" WHILE HERE!
Don't rely on me being clairvoyant, but tell me what you don't like and want it changed.
Most things can be changed easily.
Please do tell me, too, IMMMEDIATELY, if sth in my description is not right or outdated
or if I forgot to mention sth.
I will do my very best to improve, but for this, I need to KNOW!