Ambient Hotel Colina Munich
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
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... the cool buildings and main sites, and gathering an idea of how Germany lives and works. You could tell that Germany is by far the most developed and safest country out of the other ones from Europe that we've been to. It was almost like Sydney even! But all the buildings here have a very distinct German feature or feel to them.
... east I guess) is similar to what we've seen. Green paddocks with skinny canals acting as fences. There's been a lot of little garden allotments everywhere we've been. Small plots but very well maintained and most have a hothouse on them. As we cross into Germany, the countryside still looks very much the same. Still very flat with cute little houses with steeply sloped roofs. There's lots of houses with solar panels on their ...
... were either gliding round the ice rink, or standing around the stalls, tucking into an array of sausages and sipping their chosen bevvy. Would I like a gluwhein? I would indeed! By the time we had driven north to Landshut and stopped at the market there, it was dark and I felt as if I were walking into a fairytale, as the surrounding trees twinkled with white lights, highlighting the traditional houses beyond, and the church bells ...
Today we went on a tour about Hitler which has been the highlight of the trip because we got to look at all the very important places to Hitler. I learnt lots of new facts about him like when he got arrested when trying to take over by force and when he was a messenger in the first world war, and also when he lived in Germany he painted and sold his paintings to Jews and how he dropped out of school at the age of 14. It was a very good tour and I got to go ...
... of Germany to stay with his Uncle in Munich for the week and come enjoy a few steins of beer and the atmosphere by himself. He was an extremely personable man and it appeared his schtick was to camp out at this table and ensnare new victims to be his drinking buddies for a few hours until the next victim came along. We were all too happy to play along. He informed us in broken English that he had just met the young men and they were on their lunch break from work. (Now that's ...