Golden Leaf Parkhotel im Lehel
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... didnt know the bus fare. It has an english option but the fare options are for different zones and I didnt know what to chose. Someone told me to do 4 zones for 2 Euros ($3).
The bus runs express skipping local stops and only stopping at major ones. I was trying to follow on my city map to see when we got near my hotel ...
... They built the roof inverted so that water collected during the rain and then filled pipes that could be opened to put out afire. One night the stage caught fire and it was the perfect time to demonstrate this wondrous system but when they opened the pipes nothing came out. It had rained lots that year so they knew there was water- I bet you can figure this one out. What happens to water in the winter- that's right folks all of the water is frozen. Since the river was also ...
... tour in Scotland 5 years ago, lives there. It turned out that she & her boyfriend, who were going on holidays anyway, had to change their dates & so she was not home when I was there. However, she said that it was a nice little city & very pretty surroundings, so I went there anyway. I had booked a b&b in Den Bosch & couldn’t find it when I found the street. My phone simcard had been giving me trouble & I couldn’t ring my host, but a ...
... the courtyard. It was a good place to be for geoffs birthday. The meal was huge, then we had dessert,, a simple cream puff with cream ice cream and berries, all I will say is that we should have shared!! We had to go for a walk afterwards! The restaurant/ beer hall was very busy by the time we left. The waitress's all wear traditional drindles, and inside is typical barvrian heavy wood , and huge iron chandeliers, with wooden tables and chairs. The day ended ...
... your dragon 2." We all loved it.
We couldn't visit Bavaria and not take the kids to the famous Neuschwanstein castle. This is the castle that Walt Disney used as inspiration for his iconic Disney Land castle, and has now become Disney's logo. Caroline and I had visited Neuschwanstein when we were in Germany to see my father in 2001, and both of us had fond memories of it. The castle is a two hour drive from Munich, half of which is ...