Eurostars Grand Central
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEurostars Grand Central Munich
Good room. Quiet. Good position. Helpful staff. Great g&t. Not so good choice of bar food. Reasonable breakfast.
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... view but very sterile. -5 temperatures meant that Doug and I were soon heading back down and looking to warm up. The drive home was slow going in the snowy dark with lots of traffic. As it was the third late night in a row with Leo, we were in for a long somewhat sleepless night. Unfortunately our colds refuse to leave and I am now without a voice. We are going to have to rethink some of our activities. We are on the early train tomorrow to Vienna, goodbye ...
... 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 central areas of Munich and saw the beautiful churches such as St Michael's and the Frauenkirch. We then went and had some beautiful pork and I had a litre if beer at the Hofbrauhaus. Jess tried the beer and asks she liked it a tiny bit more than Aussie beer. We went for a walk around the shops and old building of Munich before heading back to our hotel. Both of us were feeling a little sick and decided to have an early night, unlike many of our travel ...
Everyone is beginning to get into the routine of 7.15 breakfast, 7.45 bags to coach and 8am departure. Today more so than ever as everyone is excited with the anticipation of Oktoberfest but there are a number of activities first. A small walking tour and a bike tour of Munich, which was definitely one of my favourite parts. The bike tour showed us some important buildings in german history and a beautiful park, that is larger than Central Park ...
... hours. We learned a lot of the history of Munich, Bavaria, and some about Austria.
We had a funny incident at lunch...another "Donism". Don's hearing aid, the right one is having trouble and he is basically only hearing 50% out of that ear. We were seated outside eating and I went into the building to use the WC and when returning saw the dessert case...there had to have been 8 separate beautiful desserts. I walked outside, sat at the table and said, "Did you see ...