City Aparthotel Munchen
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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:)
... that we needed a second train for a couple of stops....we got there. We remembered that when we got out of the train station, the first thing we would see was the BMW World Museum, next to BMW Headquarters. John surprised me by saying that he would like to go in! I was all for it because I thought it would be air conditioned.....wrong!! But he enjoyed the displays of BMWs, Rolls Royces, and Mini Coopers. He especially liked the all-electric BMW i8! Boys! Once he had his ...
... the various villages seem to compete with each
other both for quality and marketing pitches. But whether we were drinking “vino
noble” in Montepulciano or “brunello“ in Montalcino, it was quite delicious.
Our only problem was that on several occasions we ended up purchasing a whole
bottle of wine either at a wine shop or at dinner. Since we were on a bike, we
couldn’t carry any stray bottles of wine, so the bottle had to be emptied ...
... there for an hour and then on our way to Mainz to drop off car and get train to Munich (4 hrs). Arrived in Munich and walked to hotel from train station and had dinner at Lenz, which hotel recommended. Had our first German breakfast in Munich and walked to city center for the day, long day. Saw the Glockenspiel, all the churches ...
... to fly to Antalya for a 7-day tour, we were suddenly faced with the need to travel quickly and reach some specific locations. This meant that after a relaxing couple of days, it was time to get some miles (or kilometres, seeing that we are in Europe) under our belt and head across to the French-German border. We had looked at some maps and didn’t want to be forced to get a Vignette for the right to drive through Switzerland without any stopovers, so we ...