Angelo Hotel Munich Leuchtenbergring
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... he fled, leaving the sweeds to occupy the region. Life for the people of Munich was poor under their reign, so they tried to negotiate to pay them off. They wanted gold coins, but the people of Munich weren't rich enough at the time, so they offered all the gold coins they had, and several barrels of beer! The Swedish army went home happy! Maximilian returned, expecting a heroes welcome. When he didn't get it he told the people he was their savior as he had prayed for them ...
... there with Rach and Phil on our shopping day we had seen this part and our task was made ever easier. We found the store with such ease it was amazing that we had come so far from being those tourists getting lost everywhere. We found my book, last one on the shelf but kept looking for some more reads to have on the long journey back home we will be taking soon. We get another of Stephen Kings books, Under the Dome and Briony picks George ...
... tents. Tents start to fill up early so the other popular one was already pretty full and we couldn't find a seat. We looked at a few others, some quieter, some with more of a older crowd then we headed back to Schutzen Feftzelt. We sat in a different spot and talked to a guy from New York who spoke some German. He told me the beer I like is called Radler, it's normal beer mixed with sprite. When he left our empty table attracted ...
... the wedding of Duke Wilhelm V (founder of the Hofbrauhaus) to Renata of Lothringin in 1568. There is feasting and dancing and jousting by two knights. Of course, the Bavarian knight wins over the knight from Austria every time. After the top portion featuring the wedding festivities finishes playing, the bottom portion begins - coopers (barrel builders) begin their joyous dance, celebrating the end of the plague in 1517. Then the coopers stop dancing and ...
This was the day we were set to take the kids to the chair lift to the slide but instead Sarah took all 4 kids and we headed to Munich with mum and Em. Things could have been better if we hadn't struggled to find a car park and if the signs were in English that would help too;). Anyway, we made it onto the lunchtime train and all four of us was only €25. It was an hours journey, we met a lovely guy on the train, he was ...