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Travel Blogs from Munich
Today began like the rest, with the breakfast of champions. We got up early so we could catch a tour to Neuschwanstein Castle with a lighthearted tour provided by Mike's Bike Tours.
The day began with a two hour bus ride. On the way, we learned "the inside scoop" about the circumstances surrounding the odd life and mysterious …
Today started off with an excellent breakfast at Hotel Atlanta. In addition to cheese, meat, Mueslix, breads, rolls, and coffee, there were hard boiled eggs kept warm inside "bunny warmers." They were really bunnies. What the heck are there a bunch of stuffed bunnies in a container for, we wondered... Always an adventure. The eggs were good. …
What has been two days for the folks back home has been one long day for us, having lost 8 hours crossing the Atlantic. We took off from O'Hare without incident other than a bit of a shaky ascent and were glad to land in Philadelphia. After a couple of hours it was time to move to gate A10 and board the Boeing 757 bound for Munich. The big …
We haven't had much internet so we will quickly update you on Munich, and try to get up to date here. We finished Bacharach and did a Rhine River cruise that was very relaxing and beautiful. On our train ride to Rothenburg, we got on a train that was very full of teenagers. As the doors closed, the party began. The seats were full of kids drinking …
... of personality:
Worst air (pollution)
Worst traffic jam (no rules):
Most ridiculous sight I´ve ever seen:
biggest plastic ananas in this world, Australia
Most beautiful view:
Poon Hill, Nepal
Redentor and Sugar Loaf, Rio de Janeiro