Golden Leaf Hotel Altmuenchen
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... at the heart of the Euro crisis where cash withdrawals has been closed or limited to only 60 Euros only a month or so back.
Add to that the refugee crisis had hit and Greece to Macedonia was the route they were taking, the exact same route I had planned for this trip months back.
... pay Otto 1/3 of his profits for the next 150 years. Henry was a poor ruler and hardly came to visit his land, insulted by this Barbarossa got mad and took it away giving it to Otto. Considered the original founder of Munich, if Henry hadn't burned down the bridge we might be now standing in the old center of Fern and Munich possibly wiped over with an asphalt runway!
Not always a kingdom Bavaria's first ruler Maximilian became king in 1806. He was elected and asked the ...
... is Holland in miniature. I thought I might as well go in, because I was right there & I went there in 1979 when I was on a Contiki tour. Maduradam has fantastic copies of some of The Netherlands best known buildings, as well as model railways, shipping, a miniature copy of Schipol Airport in Amsterdam, windmills, canals & locks etc. in miniature. The displays are a little more hi-tech than 36 years ago with some interactive displays. In the evening I met up with a ...
... groups of men standing at the top of the underground steps just talking and smoking of course. Smoking is still very popular in Germany. There are places you do not smoke, such indoors, but after that anywhere you wish. On the station platforms you fins a square painted in yellow. It is here that everyone puffs away until the train arrives. On the streets you see many young people smoking. After we arrived we walked a very short distance and were were at ...
... interactive displays and motorcycle stunt show. We picked up our tickets at will call and explored the showroom before joining our factory tour. The tour itself lasted two hours and was absolutely fascinating. We saw every stage of manufacturing from metal panel stamping to interior finishing. Most of the factory was completely automated with robots that worked together like a sophisticated ballet. It takes only 40 hours to produce a new car ...