Munich & Germany

Posted on July 22, 2007. Filed under: Happy |

mono munich
As some of you might have noticed I do A LOT IN GERMANY these days. And I must say that its really amazing whats going on in the 4th biggest economy in the world. They are are simply starting to believe in them selfs again (despite no really smashing global internet startups the last 6 years and no real kick ass VSs). Therefor I have desided to go more or les ALL IN 🙂 – and after spending 10 visits to Berlin this year and Friday a visit to Munich – I must agree with that Munich is probobly one of the cities in the world with the highest quality of living – WOW it rocks. Even though its beating Copenhagen (came in 2nd).


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4 Responses to “Munich & Germany”

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I can only agree! I lived in Munich from 2001 to 2003. And it is really a great city to live in!
Enjoy your trips to Munich, and be sure to get over all in the city, also surfing on Isar.

Morten…living and working between Berlin and
Dubai, I support your perception. It all
started during FIFA WorldCup 2006 in Germany.
Even Journalists Roger Cohen and Roger Boyes
confirmed this.

What about:

They are growing.

And a Copenhagen/New York ECommerce Trading
Company is starting World Expansion n Berlin.

Best from Berlin,


Morten, come to Duesseldorf and i will show you the best city in germany 😉

cya @ skype

Munich is the best city in the world.
I was there for a school year, came back on 2006 and I haven’t “recovered”, I can’t wait to move back!

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