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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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The hotel was lovely. The restaurant and bar was also just perfect.
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We are leaving Salzburg for Munich today at 11am local time. We have about an hour and a half train trip through the country which we are looking forward to.
Our train was lovely, it was comfortable, smooth and very fast but we had an annoying group of German women in the carriage that drove everyone crazy. The lady behind us up and moved …
... a solid intro to the war and camp system, we started the tour and got a feel for what happened there. I'm glad we went and it wasn't as grimm as Auschwitz - just different On our return to Munich, Mother Nature decided she would snow and snow proper....we needed brollies it was pouring down :) a lot of fun and beautiful and would become a pattern in the places we visited over the next few days :) Really loved Munich and would love to go back. This time I'll score some ...
... minute break every 2 hours, this even happens on hop-on-hop-off buses....we had to wait half an hour at East Side Gallery (Berlin Wall) for 30 minutes, which wasn't a problem, but anywhere else in the world, there would be a substitute driver to continue the journey.
The reason why I'm mentioning all of this is that in the apartment building in Munich we had a shared laundry that operated between 6am and 9pm. On Saturday night I placed a ...
... have given us a smaller and richer slice of German culture than the massive worldwide spectacle in Munich. When you think about the millions of people that paid the festival a visit this year, it's a wonder that they keep the culture alive instead of turning it into a giant Disney-esque tourist attraction. Everywhere I turned, Germans were enjoying the festival just as much as the tourists. I'm glad to have crossed it off my ever expanding Bucket List. We have since ...
... cart, and finally has to fess up and buy tickets. They spoke perfect English, and Jim invited Thomas to come visit us after a long conversation. Oh, did I mention it was HOT!! As we approached the border between Germany and the Czech Republic, the train stopped. They took the original engine car, the dining car, and a few of the nicer first class cars off our train, and gave us an old Czech engine for the rest ...