GHOTEL hotel & living Munchen-Zentrum
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Tonight I was leaving Germany and continuing to Greece. I'd booked my flight on budget airline Air Berlin. Seat selection is a paid extra so I thought I could change during online check in.
Online however all seats are locked and you have no choice to change. I tried at the kiosks at the airport and it ...
... Augustiner beer. They promised all of their profits from the 1950 Oktoberfest to rebuilt the church causing the one and only time that a beer company has run out at Oktoberfest.
Munich's real elevation to a powerful regional capital happened with the bequeathing of the land to Henry the Lion from Emperor Barbarossa for Henry's substantial “devotion” to the church. Henry arrived and was very disappointed with his gift. It was little more than a town with ...
... open. However, the young lady at the reception desk at the ground floor said that she would check with her colleagues at the restaurant. She said "it’s OK, go up", which I did. The young staff at the restaurant were very obliging & I was the only one there besides them. I went outside onto the terrace, where there was a good view over the city & then I came inside & had a cup of tea in the restaurant, from where I could also get a good view over the city ...
... fun watching every one ' dive' for tables. We wandered around and found an interesting exhibition about the effects of the bombing of Wurzburg. The old town was smashed, and set alight with the bombing in the 3 rd week before the war ended. Over 5,000 died, yet the town has risen from the ashes like Coventry and actively promotes peace. We had a good, fast trip to Munich. The train station at Munich is very, very busy. We knew that we were in a city by ...
... each menu item for the rest of the family each time we ate out. As it turns out, my German is really, really rusty, and most of the time we had no idea what we were ordering. That evening, Catherine thought she was ordering pea soup (because that's what I thought it said). As it turns out, it was some sort of banana soup - go figure?! While I was busy trying to translate the menu, the rest of the family had fun trying to pronounce German ...