Golden Tulip Olymp Hotel
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Another train trip with DB Bahn the national German carrier... From Salburg to Munich is only 1 hour 45 minutes travelling time .. A pleasant journey to take in the lush green countryside, even if it was shrouded in the foggy mist we've become accustomed to of late.
The lack of activity around the villages and farms seen are a reminder of the winter upon us.
With temps down to 2-3 degrees we ...
... gear is starting to smell.. But recap an laugh then into lowenbrau tent by 1pm get a feed, our wenches are two stunning German twins, all the lads are drooling an well back into it again. Just mind boggling how these ladies can carry 10 1L steins at once. End up back at the pig pen an stay till late an really live out the final day. Sadly didn't manage to steal my stein but great fun. Our group ends up in a bit of a brawl on the streets but so many of us it's cleaned up quit ...
... Cost $120 AUD for 30 minutes. Our last night was doing the Dune Desert Safari. It was done through Arabian Adventures and a great night with 50 Toyota Landcruisers for the night, which they said was a quiet night. Usually have up to 150 vehicles. Craig n I had henna tattoo ...
... where things were! Then we headed to Odeonsplatz, which was one of our favorite areas...there is the structure with the huge lions....and there are the small brass lions whose noses you rub for good luck....John wanted to do that again! Then we discovered a wine festival going on inside the grounds of what's known as The Residenz, which was a palace/home for several royal families thru the years. It was fun....several tents selling wines, and a traditional ...
... and caring and protective. This perverts a traditional concept of a positive image, leading some to correlate a horrible individual with beneficial characteristics. Perhaps a more complex example would be the use of Romanesque depictions of men to illustrate a typical German worker. Think of our perception of ancient Roman sculptures and art; the individuals are strong and muscular and beautiful -- ...