ECONTEL HOTEL Muenchen
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... are designed based on the qualities of the beer, long stemmed glasses hold coldness better, and potbellied glasses maintain carbonation. This was our last night in Bruges and we all agreed that it is a beautiful city, very much full of life. The canals and Dutch are reminiscent of Amsterdam, but the medieval architecture shows its age. Day 3 complete Thursday saw us hopping on a train back to Brussels to see some of the sights before we left Belgium for ...
... figures) that stays open late. We went to bed fairly early that night because we planned on getting up early the next morning.
We found out that since Friday is still a weekday, we didn't have to go quite as early to the tents, so we didn't end up leaving the house Friday morning until 9:30. Dressed in lenderhosen and plaid shirts, we found our way the festival. We quickly pinpointed the most rowdy beer tent, which we later found out is the tourist tent, and ...
... The countdown was over, the first Stein was poured and the day began! Again with amazing luck we were one if the first tables to be served - no idea why but it was awesome! The afternoon consisted of beer, singing, dancing, eating, more beer and watching people successfully and unsuccessfully sulk their beers, if unsuccessful, or too slow the entire tent would through food and boo them no matter if they were girls, old, young if you were average ...
Munich was an interesting place in the fact that Even though it is in Germany, it was almost like it was a country of its own. The people of Munich say they are bavarian, and they fly their bavarian flag just as high as the German flag, to me it seemed a bit divided, not united as one, which is a bit sad, and reminded me of home and how we have two cultures which can't seem to work together, and as a tourist it was very ...
... monarchy when they ruled Bavaria. In 1385 was when the first buildings were erected on the site, however construction on the Palace as it is seen today was started in the early part of the 16th century and continued during various reigns of electorates or monarchs over the next 300 years. A great majority of the Palace was destroyed during WW II because the Residenz is in ...