Dolce Munchen Unterschleissheim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Many trains were affected by the outage, however, it has seemed like the only trains that have been delayed throughout the day are the ones we need to ride! So we've had to adjust our schedule twice already, and for the last leg of the journey, from Augsburg to Schrobenhausen, it looks like we may have our third disruption, having to wait for an hour because we are going to miss the one we were scheduled for by about three minutes! It's now 2:10 p.m., and we started the ...
... seemed to just laugh at everything ( michaela told Christolph that he looked like Frodo - which was the highlight of my night ... He was slightly offended hahah) !!! First night in the hostel was the second experience and a half but I will let Michaela explain that ... Well, after landing in Munich and spending the day wandering the street and having dinner, we decided to crash for the night at 8:30pm here (about 5am adelaide time). So we went to sleep with ...
... a woman on the tour who was on her final night in Munich over here for work and couldn’t believe I hadn’t been to the Oktoberfest grounds yet. Before long, she’d dragged me to a dress shop across from the central train station to get my Oktoberfest lederhosen (leather shorts with suspenders and check shirt...wish I’d bought the shoes cause my ones are now pretty much ruined). Bargain for 70 euro. And includes socks – what more could a Bavarian ...
... others in ways to shameful to tell. In Germany, just before the breakout of the Second World War, a new law was past that meant that anyone could be imprisoned without a court hearing. Targeted were Jews, Gypsies, Jahveh's Witnesses, homosexuals, political opponents or anyone else who had committed a crime of any nature. The prisoners had to leave three things behind when they entered the camp; their possessions, their self identity (i.e.. their names) and their human ...
... the marble was magnificent!
After visiting the palace it was time to stroll in the gardens, which turned out to be huge! I kept track of our walking distance using the RunKeeper app for my phone (geeky, I know) and it turned out that we took a 3.9 mile stroll that morning! We covered almost the entire area of the gardens, visited all of the outbuildings, and spent an enjoyable 2 hours there. We saw many ...