Hotel Holiday Inn Munich-South
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Mom, Dad, and I started the Trafalgar trip in Munich. Visited the Marienplatz and ate at the Hofbrauhaus (Great beer and krout). Started the trip and had a walking tour of the area with Q (Our Tour Director) and the rest of our group. Cafe's were all over the city.
We woke up at 7:00 and had breakfast. After that we headed to the local beer stein shop which apparently has the largest selection of hand crafted beer steins in Germany. We were given a demonstration and also had a chance to purchase if we wanted. I bought one that has all the castles and other attractions along the Rhine River. It's pretty cool. …
Wasn't too long a drive to Munich with a stop-off at Salzburg (nice city). In the afternoon had a few hours free time to look around the town centre. First time we have had rain this trip.
Dinner was at a beer hall. Ended up skulling a 1/2 litre of beer at dinner and then one down in the Beer hall. Taped the one downstairs. 8 seconds. Still have it.
No more beer ever.
The wake up was 7am, breakfast was in the large glass pyramide with the tropical trees and plants..and we left Vienna at 8.30am. Caught a bit of internet before we left to do a few last posts..some of the other bigger laptops could get internet on the bus which was parked outside the hotel, our..sadly couldn't. So we were off towards …
... he never personally examined the King.
As a result, in 1886, the ministers arrived at Neuschwanstein to arrest King Ludwig, and officially remove him from the throne. However, Ludwig had been informed of the minister's plan, and heavily guarded the castle. He was planning on attempting to escape, but instead was taken into custody, and sent to Berg Castle, located on the shores of Lake Starnberg.
The following day, ...