City Aparthotel Munchen
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
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... mostly students that live in these colourful cabins nowadays. It is hard to imagine that something so innovative would happen elsewhere in the world, the planning of it was clearly top notch.
We crossed over to the Olympic Park after that, and headed straight up the Tower. The windows had silhouettes that showed the various buildings that could be seen through them. It wasn't long before we'd picked out most of the landmarks we'd visited around Munich, even spotting things ...
We are officially unpacked and settled into our German apartment! It is has not been easy living out of a suitcase the last few weeks, but we now have a place to call home! I absolutely love this apartment. It has a nice warm, welcoming feeling. The windows throughout the apartment make it bright and breezy, which I love! I am looking forward to some nicer weather so we can enjoy the deck.
... churches here in Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, and rococo styles. If you're an architecture geek, you will appreciate how bizarre and rare it is that all those styles exist in one place. If not, well, tough, it's my blog, and I find that interesting. :)
We had a very late lunch (or early dinner) at 4pm, at a tiny bierstube in Old Town. Its specialty was grilled sausages, cooked over an open flame ...
... how full you feel after eating a full roast chicken by yourself.
Thirdly, myth busting the claim that water is the best way to rehydrate your body. At Oktoberfest, beer is the only real way. Finally, how nice it is to see familiar faces abroad.
To the mad crew I got to drink the litre of mugs with; Damo, Em, Adriel, Robert and Lana, couldnt think of a better crew to spend it with! Legends! ...
... showroom) was free but the museum charged nine euros each to get in. The museum was chock full of stuff about the brand. Things like history - BMW started in 1917 building aircraft engines and in WWI they were involved in producing engines for the war effort. However after WWI, Germany was forced to enter into a demilitarisation agreement, so were not permitted to produce defence equipment. BMW had to diversify their business and began to build motorcycles and then motor ...