Golden Leaf Hotel Perlach Allee Hof
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... Airport was a small terminal. Outside was a bus stop where I waited for the city bus. The stop was all in Cyrillic so I couldnt figure out the names of the stops I was supposed to follow. Greece is also one hour ahead of Central European time.
When the bus arrived there is a machine where you pay on board. ...
... make him a king to which they obliged. He was very much loved by the people and instituted free education, free health care, free beer for the homeless. Also wanting to turn Munich into an arts and cultural capital. Many rights were given to the people including the rights of free speech. He even sanctioned the building of a new theater next to the royal residence. Continually damaged by fire he hired the greatest architects to come up with a solution- the first indoor ...
... who I met on one of the China tours last year, for a very nice dinner at a restaurant near the Beach Volleyball Centre. The World Beach Volleyball Championships were being held in The Hague when I was there.
I caught a train to 's-Hertogenbosch, changing at Utrecht the next morning. I went to ‘s-Hertogenbosch (try saying that with your mouth full), also known as Den Bosch, which is of course what I called it. I went there because a young friend who I met ...
... of the old town. I was struck by how busy it was as people were coming and going. It had a very positive atmosphere. How huge the buildings were it did not matter if they were old or new, they were just big! How smartly dressed everyone was. We found the restaurant/ beer hall recommended by Jess, 'Augustines' it is huge, but not the biggest. It is in a lovely old building, the inside was huge, there are two sections plus two outside areas. We sat ...
... to end. Pretty cool. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to take any pictures in the factory. We were all starving after the tour ended, so we grabbed a quick Chinese buffet lunch in the Olympic Park before heading back to our apartment. Later that evening, we managed to find a nearby theater that played movies in English (unlike the French, Germans enjoy movies in their original language and don't mind subtitles), so we took the kids to see "How ...