City Aparthotel Munchen
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Beer, beer, beer, beer.
Beer halls, fair rides, sausages, sauerkraut (no caraway seeds) and brezn (pretzels)! On our way to Englad Seth and I just had to take a stopover in Munich to partake in Oktoberfest (it's kind of on the way). What else do I need to say:)
... mini - (owned now by BMW). All in all a very enjoyable four hours spent there, me admiring the really snazzy cars on display, Bryan admiring the engines and technical information! Back into town and again we were walking and looking, where we snapped the building and figures that "perform" at certain times. Learned that during Octoberfest they get nearly ...
... concentration camp, opening in 1933 as a
prison for political opponents of the Nazi Party. They say 40,000 died
here, however this is an estimate due to the secrecy of the camps' administration, meaning more may have died.
The site is free to go to, but we paid to have a 2.5 hour tour with Berndt,
whose father actually served in World War Two for the Germans. He was a
fantastic tour guide (he kept making jokes that we Australians were too
... Aladdin’s mom. It was quite ridiculous but I laughed the whole way through.
My last day at FNF was very chill. Kathryn, Laura, and I hung out in the upstairs office listening to Christmas and giving hand massages. For lunch we went out to a place called Nando’s which was so delicious and I regret never going there earlier on. Around 3pm Kathryn told me we had to go make a run to the post office (which I dislike very much; the queue is always out the ...
... So from the border, we took a long bus ride through the beautiful green green green countryside of Germany and finally arrived in Munich.
We spent 4 nights in Munich (Munchen) in Bavaria, Germany. Munich is apparently the beer capital of the world, with the HofBrau Haus, and a richly interesting history that entangled beer and politics in many of the same events. Munich was also the starting place of the Nazi Party, and many of the ...