B&B Hotel MŘenchen-Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we tracked down that carefully bubble wrapped gift. After asking numerous emirate workers where to find it we succeeded! 45 mins later we find ourself in an underground subway maze ... Complete with concrete walls, mesh fences and construction barriers. Lost we asked someone how to get to the streets above, unfortunately we choose a Spanish family who knew no English and nothing of Munich. Moving on we managed to get above ground ...and another good 45 ...
... throughout the whole festival, 7 million people attend! We went on a couple roller coasters and made our way to the beer gardens. To get in the beer tent, you need to reserve a table months in advance. And even to get into the beer gardens, there were huge lines... And when your inside the beer garden, you have to find a table before you get served. A long process, but when we were served our giant liter beers, it was all worth it. We spent the rest of the evening in ...
... The cover photo is my sausage plate that came served on sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, and grated horseradish. Aaaamazing. German beer was plentiful and we enjoyed catching up on everyone's lives.
The boys couldn't resist going to the Hofbrauhaus on day 1, despite the fact we'd been awake about 36 hours.
... of Munich city.
As the rest of my table happily sunk into a beer filled haze, I continued my new found habit of people watching, as the night started to welcome those new and old to the party. During the day this city and it's inhabitants had seemed so careful and organised, with efficient public transport, classy, newly renovated restaurants lining the open streets and a modern fast paced demeanour that distracted any visitor ...
... King Ludwig himself only lived in the castle for 172 days before he was declared insane and died. To prove how detailed he made everything, the king's bed canopy took 14 men and 4.5 years to carve. The castle was supposed to be so detailed that its still unfinished today, due to the death of King Ludwig and no funding for the finishing of the castle. Mad King Louis, as many knew him and call him today, had many castles built around Germany, including a replica of Versailles.