Holiday Inn Express Muenchen Messe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Beverage Selection
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... took until 1958 to be rebuilt. Now as popular with tourists and local characters.. it is a city "must do". I can thoroughly recommend the " Apfel strudel ".. Best in town!
The remainder of our day is spent people watching,especially at the ice skating.. Little ones are more adept than yours truly.... savouring all the edible and visual aspects Munich city has to offer...
... in fact keep going and about three hours elapsed, as it needs to to be able to travel that distance, I wasn't in a teleporter!) I'd arrived at the Frankfurt Airport station, which given its small size, was the easiest place for me to change to the train that would take me to Munich. I was a little concerned about this given I only had about a 10 minute changeover, and there's not really any English information available on the platforms. But it mattered little, ...
Thursday 19 sep After filling out some paper work we borded the couch and headed to munich(Germany) this was a short couch ride up the road (about 18 hours or so) We arived in munich at around 9.30 am on friday for some nice hot breakfast. Lator that day we went into munich to buy our ledinhousin. There quite exspencive but me and another guy scoped out a deal. That night was ment to be a quiet one as saterday was going to be ...
... guys from Chicago. We're on the 2 hour train ride now. Update you on the way back! The castle is amazing! The pictures don't do it justice. We hiked the one mile up to the castle and then took a tour of the inside. King Lugwig II did good.... And we understand why Walt Disney was inspired by it. We had schnitzel for lunch, so we think ...
... was also the castle that Walt Disney used as inspiration for his famous Cinderella castle. Looking up the hillside at it was gorgeous..fresh snow on the pine trees lining the hillside, it looked like a postcard. After a long walk uphill, we waited about 30 minutes for the tour to start. Again, first in line, we started the tour and learned about the dream castle King Ludwig built for himself. Even more intricate than the first castle, the palace took many, many years to build. In ...