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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... seat, I had a great view of the Munich area: small towns, a church in the center, surrounded by white-washed houses with red roofs. In the distance, I spotted the Alps. It was interesting to see how the landscape is flat and suddenly, a wall of mountains rises out of nowhere. We are now hanging out at the airport, waiting for our connecting 11 hour haul to ...
... was frantic about it but I didn't understand why. Then it hit me. Sitting in the middle of the next compartment was the woman's baggage and a baby carriage...with a child in it. Realizing that the train just left with this woman's baby the man and I tried to figure what to do next. I told him to go and get the train conductor, he would be able to do something.
A few minutes later the conductor comes and tries to figure out what ...
... hours was very crowded and slow - it just felt like we were on a Sydney train in peak hours. We eventually arrived at the Munich Hbf, and then the fun started. We knew our hotel, Mecure Muenchen City Centre was not far away, but we had no idea where. After wandering aimlessly for quite a while we eventually found a tourist information centre and they pointed us in the right direction. It was hot and busy, and our hotel was in a ...
Munich is old world like Salzburg. Many museums and churches can be toured. We walked around and marveled at the old grand buildings in this area. Many use Munich as a base since it is several hours to lots of attractions.
We arrived home before game time. Many people were heading to a local park that was set up to watch the game as well ...
... Dachau was opened in March 1933, just 2 months after Hitler came into power. It was the first of the Nazi concentration camps opened in Germany, originally intended to hold political prisoners. The camp's purpose was enlarged to include forced labor, and eventually, the imprisonment of Jews, ordinary German and Austrian criminals, homosexuals, and eventually foreign nationals from countries which Germany occupied or invaded. In the 12 years of ...