Four Points by Sheraton Munchen Olympiapark
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... It looked like something out of a fairytale book. Little did I know it was even more impressive up close. I got my ticket for the museum, Hoenshwangau castle, and Neuschwanstein castle. My first tour started at 11:15 at Hoenshwangau. This castle was the home of King Ludwig when he was a child, as he grew older he planned the construction of Neuschwanstein just across the valley. King Ludwig was the definition of an idealist; he was actually declared mentally unfit to rule at a ...
... of all the countries in the European Union, but when it came to pharmacists they were ranked the lowest. We noticed, too, that the hospitals were a lot bigger than the ones we are used to back in the United States and not every hospital has a pharmacy. The hospital we visited was part of a group of five hospitals making up the Munich municipal hospital group, and of those five hospitals, only two have pharmacies. Those two pharmacies were ...
... attack from the rapid climb were twofold. Firstly, I only needed a base layer and was able to discard my down and wool. Secondly, the views of the valley were beautiful and the castle was a fascinating medieval revival experience. The more intrepid of our small band decided it was a cunning plan to walk to a distant suspension bridge, down an icy path which had been closed to the public because of the thick ice, inadequate fencing and sheer drop to a ...
... Also on the shopping list was a pack of razors and shaving cream, since we couldn't carry them on the plane. Matt's struggling with the single blade as we speak.. Slow and steady buddy!
On the agenda today is the German Museum, and more takin it easy.
Matt will have the night time update, but until then thanks for keeping up. We love comments from you all, they make our day!
... from all over Germany and the rest of the world. One of our diner friends told us that they were on a two day trip from a little town in northern Italy just on the border. He liked his wines and we talked about the good Australian wines to be had, Penfolds was the one he knew the best. It was also interesting that they associated themselves more with Germany than they did with Italy - so much for borders. ...