Comfort Hotel Muenchen Ost
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a lighter Italian style meal - which I spoilt by having dumplings. These were a treat with one beetroot, one herb and one cheese. Very flavorsome. Joe opted for schnitzel but we were unable to ascertain whether chicken or very white veal or pork was used. A bit dry and deep fried so not my cup of tea. After the noise of the hofgarten beer hall the night before I was glad of a reasonably quiet lunch with a ...
... and a walk. We found our way to Marienplatz and took n the shops, the buildings and the idea of good German food. We ate underneath the Rathaus-Glockenspiel in a surprisingly big bistro built in the cellar. Beautiful food. Though Francie got the regular which ended up being jumbo sized...lol. The glockenspiel was beautiful and worth the look. We took in more sights and the headed back ...
... to find a place to stay because all hotels were absolutely ridiculous in price. This means that basically we were staying in a random guys home that rents out his extra rooms to travellers for Oktoberfest. The guy turned out to be awesome and very cool. He could accommodate 16 people in his three story house and made us breakfast every morning. We didn't end up getting to the house until almost 9:00pm, and once we got settled we walked down the road to an ...
... I was a little indifferent. Maybe even apprehensive. Lucky I'm this big macho bloke who'd never let that be known (pfft), so I was also super 'keen'. Really the more likely story was that I'd promised her on the Monday night (when I was a bee's dick away from passing out) that I'd go on all of them with her, and now she was taking advantage of that. I felt so used. As we arrived in the grounds, the first ride we came across was this giant spinning swing that lifted about 50 ...
... the sarcastic propaganda slogan for these "re-training" camps. Visitors could not see the death and depravity on the other side of the hill separating the prisoner barracks from the entrance. Actual "freedom" for work camp prisoners was to work so hard that they died from it. Both Mary Beth and I broke down and cried somewhere in the middle of the tour. You can't have your sensibilities assaulted at this level without an impact. How ...