Golden Tulip Olymp Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Business center
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... were being announed and written in Greek so it literally was 'All Greek to me'!.
When we were in the centre I waited for my stop. He stopped early so I waited for the next one. He then went express again driving down a long dark street away from the centre.
I asked the driver the name of my street. He ...
... at this time the locals tried to figure out how to put out the fire. Oh but of course- what do we have well in supply- beer, so they tried to hamper the fire with this. Needless to say the theater burned down again!
The Odeonsplatz was built as a monument to Bavaria's great soldiers. It is modeled after the Loggia Dei Lanzi in Florence. With two lions flanking the stairway one with it's mouth closed facing the church as you could never speak ill of the church and the ...
... with a couple of children could see I looked a bit lost & asked if he could help. He rang my host & we soon found my accommodation. My host took me for a quick walking tour of Den Bosch & then I had lunch at the Boomerang café. I have no idea why it is called that, but I just presume the customers keep returning. After lunch I went on a canal cruise on quite a narrow canal which went between buildings & underneath some. Unfortunately the commentary by our ...
... to a chilly 3 degrees and had to layer up.We had to catch the train from the airport to Munich which is a 3 and a half hour trip. Everything went like clock work and the train trip was very smooth.
Phil was waiting at the train station for us and we made our way back to the hotel which was only 2 blocks away.
Got ourselves organised and after a little sleep went to have dinner. Walked past the famous Glockenspiel and found the market that l ...
... Autobahn. On the highway segments with no speed limit, I managed to get our VW station wagon up to 170km/hr. The kids loved it. It was overcast when we arrived, and there was a thick layer of clouds right above the castle as we made our way to the small town at the base of the mountain. As we pulled into the designated parking lot, we realized that we should have left Munich much, much earlier. Neuschwanstein is apparently a major tourist ...