Azimut Hotel Munich City East
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arrived late night, asked 299 for the room, agrred finally at 189+10EUR car parking. room clean, stuff friendly...
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... 90 euro.
After we just chilled out at our hostel got a few drinks and food and watched the all blacks game. Hannah was meant to be staying way out at the camp site but instead she booked herself into wombats for 80Eur a night!! But it will be worth it. We heard you have to pay for hot water and toilet paper at the camp grounds and it is also freezing at the moment. Plus we are all close together now and near the Oktoberfest ...
... for a shop to get water and an ATM (after three days, the initial cash reserves were depleted, which took a lot longer than Mammy expected). We simply couldn't find either. We eventually called into the Pinakothek der Moderne, an art gallery, to get the former, then I got directions to the nearest ATM, as well as finding out that admission to the gallery is €1 every Sunday. I was so tired after the walking that I decided to get a bus back to Odeonplatz. I became ...
Today we woke up very late due to our extreme hangovers. Deejay told me about how they all freaked out because I disappeared (mainly Niamh which is so sweet) and went to bed at 3. After dying in bed for many hours we eventually wandered out of the hostel around 2pm. We walked through the old city and went to a bookstore where I really honestly thought I was going to throw up. After half an hour of searching we found a weird salad bar and had a ...
... delicious! We ate roast pork & crackle with potato dumpling for dinner - yum! Scott enjoyed a stein of German beer and we had a lot of fun. There is a song that was written just for Hoftbrąuhaus and the band played it about every 15 minutes... When ever it started, everyone sang along and clapped and stamped their feet and then yelled and clinked stein's - it was so funny! We had the best night. We have loved every minute in Munich and wish we had more time ...
There's quite a few things on a euro trip that are considered as "must do's". Most are absolute rippa's: ride a gondola in Venice, paraglide in Austria, attend a toga party in Roma etc. Others, not so much. So with that anticlimactic intro, today we visited Dachao, one of the original and largest concentration camps in Europe. It's certainly not something ill ever forgot in a hurry. Almost every traveller you'll ever meet will ...