Hotel Muenchen Palace
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... The bad news was the table football was free which meant more humiliation! One table was on a slope, so at least I had an excuse when I played on there!
The bar was great, I was the only non uni student there and as far as I know the only non German! It gave me the chance to chat to loads of locals, and also to have pfeffi again, the mint shot I had in Dresden! Two of the guys also helped me get back to the hostel, as the metro I got on the way didn't run overnight. ...
... by the queen. The main characters fall in love at which point the plot, as enthralling as it was, was abandoned in favor of the entire cast enthusiastically performing a few final Queen songs. The entire theater seemed to enjoy the experience, ourselves included. I’ll give it a solid 4 and a half stars, the final half being lost due to a flawed rendition of “Fat-Bottomed Girls”.
Rich's comments: I just want ...
... day but still glad we did it.
This takes us now to yesterday when we went to Oktoberfest! To be honest, I wasn’t expecting it to be such a fun day. As you exit the train station, you are immediately walking straight into the fair with loads of rides, food and souvenier stalls and of course, beer tents! We walked into a couple of beer tents earlier on which were quite full but still had some tables free but we decided to walk around the grounds first ...
... live. A hardware store, in my mind, reveals the heart, soul and nature of the people it serves. My home hardware store includes the usual stuff plus a huge gardening section, cooking and canning section, and section for water fountains. You can quickly glean what is important in a community from a visit to the hardware store.
I'm in search of CR 2332 batteries - my luggage scale has gone through the batteries and I don't want to pay 100 euros for ...
... know what he's saying?" Michael asked leaning across the table. "I have German beer running through my veins." I said cheering him and drinking another sip. Leisel was our first friend on our adventure, so regardless if we truly understood each other, we carried on a conversation for about an hour. He didn't have a memorable face or even a memorable name, but we'll never forget him for helping to make the Oktoberfest a smash hit for us. I usually abhor the sounds of "polka ...