Fleming'S Hotel Muenchen-Schwabing
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... of landscaped garden did look barren on this winters day.. Trees have dropped almost all their leaves, ponds and fountains drained , statues covered in preparation of the snow and ice ahead. The spring and summer months must be picturesque.. At least that's what the postcards display!
Due to copy right and restrictions photos inside are forbidden so I have borrowed one to show the opulence.. Worth googling this Palace ...
... have their own day and their own rides.
"Its all in the bow fact #369: One thing I learnt the hard way, but did get a lot of attention for, is where to wear the bow on the apron of the dirndl. One day I was single, the next I was a virgin by the third day I was taken! Isn't that the way it goes anyway? Ha ha"
On the third day we arrived really early, at 8am. By 9am we were allowed in however the first beer wasn't serviced until 10am. By 10am the tent with over ...
... We bought some cookies from a bakery and found out the farms near Rothenburg are known for growing organic apples. This shop was selling dried apples, done the "natural" way, as she put it, with no added sugar. We took a sample, and they were very good, crispy, without those chewy parts that seem inedible when you get them in the store. There was a sausage shop, that had a variety of sausages made from different types of meat ...
... man- blonde hair, blue eyes, 2 meters tall and direct English speech, he shows us our apartment room. Bed in the corner, ikea furniture everywhere he tell us of his travelling adventures including Whitianga NZ!
The eccentric tour guide leads us through the Octoberfest museum, it origins a royal wedding party of Ludwig 1. Sampling German beers of helles ( light) dunkel ( dark) and other strong wheat flavours we learn of ...
... has the famous glockenspiel and the Old Town Hall that was completely destroyed in WWII and rebuilt. Just of Marienplatz is St. Peter's. Church. We decided to climb the 306 steps, much of it two-way traffic on a one-lane staircase, to the top of the tower to get an overview of the city. You can also climb the the glockenspiel in the New Town Hall or the tower at the Frauenkirche for great views. But we decided we wanted a view of the ...