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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... Another example of royal opulence at its best.
The grounds & gardens comprise of 490 acres.. Amazing!
Building began in 1664 to celebrate the birth of a Royal son & heir Maximillian II Emmanuel. The palace is also the birth place of King Ludwig II in 1845.. We know of him as the "Fairytale Prince / Neuschwantein Castle King ...
... the venue and the city had to offer, and that we did!
The Return Trip:
In a completely simplified and much less stressful version, I will describe to you our journey back to the Emerald Isle from Munich. From beginning to end were 4 parts: Bus from Munich to Frankfurt Main Station, Bus from Frankfurt Main Station to Frankfurt Hahn Airport (*******n you Ryanair), Flight from Frankfurt Hahn to Dublin, Respective buses back to Maynooth ...
... to the hostel and crashed as soon as we got there.
The next day, the four of us that stayed over night went out to explore the city a bit more. We started by visiting Olympic Park which was a short walk from our hostel. It was amazing seeing just how large the park was and how well they maintained everything. We pocked our heads in the swimming building and went into the huge stadium. I have never seen a stadium that large and I would hate ...
... In the evening we went to the worlds oldest brewery, Weihenstephaner. We had been trying to get to the brewery all week but because of such a lot of time being spent travelling to, being at and travelling from Allianz arena we hadn't made it yet so we were really excited to finally be at Weihenstephaner. Jenny's dog Kira came with us the whole day and people loved her! They kept coming up and patting her and talking to her. She was a massive german dog, a ...
... ok, and I think the ok has only achieved the ok as the terrible is so disappointing. First observation - beer garden = salt garden. Does the Germany of today know no other seasoning? It is so salty we cannot manage a whole dish - our arteries are cringing.
Second observation, "German cooking rule 101, if you think the food is ready - cook for a further hour until it barely holds its original form". I am on multivitamins as nutrition has long left the food here.