Holiday Inn Munich-Schwabing
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... soon as the train I stepped off pulled away, the screen on the platform updated saying Muenchen, which I knew was Munich (yeah, my German was getting good!). The only remaining problem was finding my carriage, which I failed dismally! The European trains are like hundreds of metres long, and this one was only stopping for a minute or two, so I knew it'd be difficult getting to my carriage in that time. I had no idea where on the platform I should stand, so I took pot ...
... where they had to get up at 5.00am and there were 40,000 people and if they were late they got whipped and they had to count to 25 in German without mucking up after that they had to break big rocks for the whole day then they would go to bed after that we went to the gas chambers and saw the ovens and chambers where they kill and cremate them. My impression of Munich was that it had heaps of clubs and it was too over crowded for ...
Today was our first day in Munich, the place near the monks. When it was originally established (as a true city) in 1080 it was literally that, a place near where the monks lived. It still remains very catholic today. We went on another Sandeman's walking tour which talked a lot about the history, Hitler and was a lot more standing around than seeing stuff in Nick's opinion. Before the tour we stopped for lunch which was a mistake on our part. Vicky ...
... to jump on a train when we want to where we want, sure there are some limitations to the type of train (regionals are free but in certain countries high speed trains require a reservation fee) but on the whole (even with a reservation fee) it has saved us money. For example, Verona to Munich would have been €80 each but instead we only had to pay €7 each for the reservation making it much cheaper (even when dividing the cost per journey of our ...
... We had a pork nuckle for lunch and sat ther all day. Ther is aproximatle 10,000 people i a big tent the atmostphare is amazing. I rolled out of the tent at about 10pm that night im not realy to sure :) Sunday is is prity much the same deal and very bussy to. Once monday and tuesday roll around things are a bit more quiet. You will never go anywere else in your life and see so manny ****** people of all ages so early in the ...