Ambient Hotel Colina Munich
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... little bottle of spirit and a shot glass! This place was awesome already. I had a couple of friends from work I was meeting here, so the first thing I did once I'd gotten into the wifi (yay) was touch base with them to get a gauge of what the plans were for tomorrow. The next thing I needed was food (wifi always trumps food). I was a little concerned about this given I didn't speak German (I get a bit self-conscious about language barriers!), but on my way to the hotel ...
... around had been rebuilt
to what they were before. We climbed thousands of steps up to the top of a
significant church. We looked over the incredible views of the city, red roofs
and stone roads filled your view.
After visiting the inner city of Munich, Dad, Brother Will (16) and I went out
to the first concentration camp in WW2. Visiting such a significant place in
history really takes a toll on you, so many emotions goes on in your head ...
... of lunch break!) He proceeded to chat us up, digging into who we were, teaching us about the Oktoberfest, telling us a little about himself, all the while clinking steins and saying "Prost" to us every 30 seconds or so. Most of what he said was in German, but apparently I become fluent in understanding it after a few sips of Oktoberfest beer since I grasped practically every word coming out of his mouth, laughing my head off at his "jokes" as Michael looked on puzzled. "How ...
... and head out to Oktoberfest- on the way I grab a traditional hat to feel part of the festivities. Once we arrive it honestly feels like the Easter show... with beer. In saying that, everyone is cheerful, respectful and just having a good time. We were warned about possibly not finding a seat in the beer tents so we were a little worried about how the day would turn out. The outside area is filled with carnival rides and games and food stalls but inside the tents is ...
... seats and therefore we were unable to be served. We accepted it as an experience and found a tent serving cocktails and wine to indulge instead.
The cocktail and wine tent was a beautiful change to the beer tents. The tent featured heart-shaped decorations, streamers, sparkles and gingham tablecloths. There was also an Irish cover band playing popular Oktoberfest tunes. Yes I did say Irish…needless to say, it was ...