Fleming'S Hotel Muenchen-Schwabing
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Car rentals
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... gallery in downtown Florence. The museum not only has one of the biggest and best collections of renaissance art, but a special collection of Frederico Medichi was in town. Medichi is one of the reasons Florence has such a thriving art culture. He was a huge collector of all things expensive and all different kinds of renaissance art. Besides the massive art muesums, Florence has some of the most beautiful architecture I've ever seen. Imagine bright buildings offset by ...
... then downstairs we got three beers to try before heading off on the tram to a place for tea of hams, cheeses and breads and another beer. We finished up in he city and had to find our own way back, which eventually we did. Interesting note for the day: our room has a completely see through shower....I am just not getting this concept of twin beds and see through ...
... I just wear it to bed now. But if the holes get bigger, it'll probably go also. Damn! I wasn't expecting to have to spend money on clothes on this trip. Oh well! So then I went back to the hostel to have a quick nap, then I went out to dinner with Patrick. And we had yummy spicy Thai food from a place called Manan. Soooo amazing! I was craving rice and Asian food too, so it helped in the cheering up and warming up process :) Then I just say around at my hostel ...
... a holocaust surviving Jew.....funny old world isn't it. I will never forget the 45 minutes I spent with Olga ...two years ago.....as she showed me around the Sydney Jewish Museum....showed me that coat...the only possession she had at the end of her time in the concentration camps....told me how she lost family members....including her sister and her mother....how she survived and how she felt the need to tell the story of those who did ...
... tradition and can still be seen in southern Germany and parts of Austria.
Our final stop was Neuschwanstein caste, the most visited castle in the world, even though it was never finished, the inspiration behind Disney's 'Sleeping Beauty' castle. There are three ways to get up to the castle and we decided to walk up to the castle, an uphill walk through thick woods! Once we reached the castle, we waited in the main courtyard for our turn (all ...