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Good times in Munich, the city

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We'll be in Munich for about two weeks in April (probably). We'll be making a number of side trips, but the question here is about best (and worst) experiences in Munich city proper.

Art, culture, history, gardens? Are there definitely "not to be missed" locations and are there any "over-rated, forget'em if you are running short of time" places?

Food and drink: same deal. We love small, ordinary, family-style restaurants. We'd prefer to eat as the locals do. We're definitely not fancy folk or inclined to fancy, dress-up establishments.

Shopping: Well, we do as much shopping as possible to stock up for Christmas and birthdays when we travel. So local items, crafts, fun things, doo-dads, cool stuff. It things are fragile and unsuited to packing in suitcases we can always have them shipped.

Thanks so much!

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