Holiday Inn Munich
Travel Blogs from Munich
This will be short as IÓm actually in Italy now and we will leave for Venice soon. This afternoon we rolled in to Munich for some sightseeing and beer drinking. I never really thought I would be so excited about staying at a Holiday Inn, but wow, what luxury. We have double beds, washclothes, a phone, blow dryer, and Engligh channels on the tv. I …
After I had a great fun in Paris, I took a train to Munich, Germany. I was amazed by the people on how they are interested to making world a better place by making campaign on environmental problems like pollution, global warming, etc... Also I discovered that people there are very strict about their culture and specifically their language, you can't talk with them in English.
Leaving Mestre and the lovely Venice was difficult, but when you know that you are heading straight for Verona and the balcony which Romeo serenaded Juliet (Myth - but kinda fun to dream on!) & the Arena which looks just like a smaller version of the Colesseum, it's not too bad!! We spent a few hours en route to Munich just exploring this …
We have landed in Munich, Germany, and our journey begins. We grabbed our luggage and a taxi and we were off. The drive from the airport was quite interesting. We were on the Autobahn - no speed limit! At one point we were going 180 K. We were flying, then another car just passed us like we were sitting still. The landscape was beautiful, lush …
We started off our first 10 day break with a bang in Munich at the 200th anniversary of Oktoberfest. It was bananas! The original "Oktoberfest" occurred in Munich, on October 12, 1810 for the Bavarian public to celebrate the marriage of their Crown Prince Ludwig to Princess Therese (namesake of the Theresienwiese festival grounds). The event was …
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