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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... bench in the sun
for a while, then made my way to the Marienplatz to see the Glockenspiel at 5pm. If you google “Munich glockenspiel you tube”, there are numerous videos of the event, which happens three times a day. It is one of THE things to do in Munich. It is very quaint, and must have been quite a
wonder in the days before You Tube. After that, I did the other Munich Must: I went to the ...
... with a 1,441-room palace in the mix. We were able to see 41 of these rooms and walk ourselves to death to see the Neptune fountain and gaze at the Gloriette, a stone structure at the top of a high hill where our legs refused to carry us. It was all so opulent that we left with our mouths gaping open and decided that even though we thought we ...
... we took the regional train from Rothenburg to Steinach, made the transfer in 3' to Ansbach, made the transfer in 2' to Nürnberg and made the transfer to our current train in 2'. Easy peasy! Arriving at Munich train station, we marveled at its size. About 30 tracks end here and thousands of people are scurrying to and from the platforms. We stopped at the Tourist Information (TI) to buy a city map. From a recommendation fom the Rick Steve's ...
... their custom ordered BMW. They literally let the new owners drive down a spiral ramp right out of the building while we all watched. 100 new cars were picked up today by their new owners. Best part of day for me (Cindy) was next. We walked through 1972 Summer Olympic Park. We saw the stadium ( which we went in and walked all around the top level and the swim stadium ( which we were able to ...
... castle by myself, however I bumped into a few friends from Busabout (Jason, Ben and Sophie) and decided to tag along with the tour that they had booked with Mike's bike tours (the same company as the bike tour I did). The castle was the inspiration for the Disney castle logo, so I was looking forward to seeing it in person. After I checked out of my room (then checked back in) I had some free breakfast and met up with the rest of the group. We headed into town to get on the big ...