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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Daniel Munich
Nosso hotel no centrão! 12 minutos da Oktoberfest, 10 da Marienplatz.
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... from 10am to get seating in the beer halls. People spend many hours and its hard to find seating after.
The event is not just about drinking. There is plenty of food with servers bringing round platters of roast chicken. The ...
... second one we went to and is what Disney used as inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty Castle . Ludwig II of Bavaria built three castles very close to each other with his own funds to use them as a place of refuge because he was a recluse in his later years. The first castle we saw was the Linderhof Palace in Ettal Germany. The outside wasn't that exciting, but as soon as you walk in you see gold leafed carvings, porcelain flowers, vases and chandeliers and incredibly ornate tapestry. ...
... to the public.
Fairly compact and walkable city is also affordable to live. The government keeps rents low in Munich's famous Viktualienmarkt, to allow mom-and-pop family businesses to survive. That's good news for travelers as well.
Much of Munich and other German cities were destroyed by Allied bombs in ...
... the Nazis. They create some positive lessons and stories in an era where positivity is a difficult concept to locate. They can play an important role in recovery from tragedy, and certainly are a source of inspiration or guidance when society is faced with similar difficult circumstances. For these reasons, I sincerely hope that the efforts of the groups above, as well as other resistance movements not listed in this post, are remembered for years ...
... to buy our tickets, although we were slightly (not much) taller than the majority of the crowd, we fit right in. Somehow we managed to get 2 of the last seats, and entered into the arena with a grin ear-to-ear. I think I may have even been more excited than some of the children, as I couldn't sit still in my seat before the show started. I couldn't remember the last time I went to a circus.. Throughout the show, Cheska and I were ooing and aahing just as loud, maybe even ...