B&B Hotel MŘenchen-Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... then passed the Protestant Cathedral of Berlin, which was rebuilt (in the 80's) much like most of the city. Next on the tour was Humboldt University which is where Einstein worked, along with many other key people. Right out in front of this university is actually the plaza where the book burning took place. It is crazy to hear about all this history in the exact place that it happened. Our tour guide, Polly, took us to Checkpoint Charlie which is not actually still a checkpoint but just ...
Ben's birthday. Today's weather was not looking promising and it has been raining in Bad Tolz but we head to Oktoberfest anyway with the back up plan of heading to Munich for lunch if Oktoberfest was no good. All was promising, after a dash to the train we caught it, luckily we had a friend of a friend there who spoke German and could explain why we didn't have a ticket, they sell tickets on the train, phew. We got to Oktoberfest and the weather was ...
... They gave us the low down on what tents we would be at and where to meet them later on. I had really wanted to get into town early so it gave me most of the day to see some of the sights in Munich before getting to Oktoberfest. With an hour or two to kill before the walking tour started at 11am we went shopping for lederhosens. The best store seemed to be the C&A which sold them for 100 euro. Everywhere else was selling them at 150++. I ran out of time before the ...
... the photos of the old gentlemen taken in 2009, the faces of some of them look calm and content. To a point where, if the photos weren't where they were, you wouldn't think they had been through so much.
I also had the shiverish experience of walking though a gas chamber. One that wans't actually used for mass killings, but I won't be doing that again any time soon. Or ever.
One concentration camp is plenty for me, so Auschwitz is out of ...
... to Zurich (Switzerland), where we had an hour to fill in and finally to Munich arriving at 5.30pm.
Booked a hotel on-line from Zermatt and although we had the address of Hotel an der Oper and a map, we decided to taxi it rather than walk due to the time of ...