Park Inn by Radisson Munchen Ost
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... only 1. How different the 2 experiences are. This time we bought some veggies and took them home to cook a fried rice dinner. The next day while Nick went to the conference the kids and I walked all the way to English Gardens via chocolate croissant. It was beautiful in there and we saw some squirrels! Pretty cute. Of course we found a play ground and the took a train home. We went home a for a bit of a rest and then went back out with Nick for a local pizza ...
... a tunnel which means that you don’t have to drive up the mountains. Maybe we should have taken it as a hint, that when we got to the toll-gate at the start of the tunnel, we were waved through without having to pay a toll. Nick thought that the tunnel would take us right to the border but it ends just before a roundabout which has 3 exits – one to Andorra La Vella, one to Pas de la Casa and one to France. So we get to the roundabout and drive onto it, go ...
... little camp in a village called Irrel. It looks like a go ahead place with big new shopping centre, and agricultural and machinery shops amongst the lovely old quaint coloured cut stone houses which encroach onto the footpaths out front. Celine messages us with some interesting places to go, one being Trier, in Germany. We find that we're not far from there so we take her advice and find a camp near the town. We biked into Trier, over a very old bridge ...
... 8217;s mind anyway). We had a factory tour booked in for 6pm, which gave us enough time to have a look around the museum and BMW World. The museum had 'flow’ issues ( I’ve become quite a critic of the space planning of the museums we have visited) but was interesting and gave us all the background for the factory tour which took us through the production plant spanning the life of making a BMW, from metal press to final interior options. ...
... with the tabernacle housing Jesus and pray for a while.
Next we headed back out into the main area of town and stoped at a few cell phone shops to answer some questions. We then decided to get some supper and try out a restaurant across from the haufrau hous. We both had soup and it was very good. None of the main course meals sounded that great so we decided to eat at the houfbrau hous again. This time we decided to eat inside so that we could hear the bravairan ...