Arabella Brauneck Hotel
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So here we are in Munich- home of beer halls and oompah bands and leiderhosen. We visited Germany in 2009 on a road trip, and due to one of a series of stupid decisions on our parts, had chosen to skip Munich in favor of a wine harvest festival in the west. Our poor decision-making became obvious when a freak snowstorm hit, the wine harvest festival's accommodations had been booked for months, we nearly had to sleep in our car, and we hadn't packed any warm ...
Had approximately 2 hours sleep before waking up to go catch my bus to munich! All of us were feeling drunk still, but I was very greatful both Lara and Lena walked me to the bus stop. Once I was on the bus I tried to make myself comfy but wasn't feeling the best, so just stared aimlessly out of the window, for what seemed like ages. I managed to drop off to sleep for about an hour, before being woken by the bus driver telling the bus we were approaching the car ferry ...
... asking them to hook up out tent site electricity only to have them ask us for our special plug that all of Europe uses at campgrounds to attach to the power... Like trying to ask where things are and what the food is on the menu. Sometimes it is a bit of an advantage to stand out so that folks automatically try to help you and expect you to be alittle clueless!! Oh well- we'll figure it all out. ...
... financed the purchase of votes for Emperor Charles V, perhaps the most powerful of all Holy Roman Emperors. Even though Charles V reneged on his considerable debt, the family’s wealth remained significant and continues to fund this housing project, which costs residences less than $1 per year, plus the obligation to pray for the souls of the Fugger family on a daily basis!
Munich was the focus of our final day in the region. ...
... the dresses as they marched along and I definitely had Oktoberfest dress envy! We saw a horse and carriage with a lady and man and 8 security guards. Don't know who they were but definitely popular as everyone cheered when they went past. Finally gave up trying to walk around the parade and managed to cut through. We went to the gallery and ate some lunch with a Mississippi Mud Cake covered in sugary delicious cream, before ...