Hotel Muenchen Palace
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... and a kind of German mixed grill that included the aforementioned schweinshaxe, roast pork, pork sausage, roast duck, wiener sausage, potato dumpling and a side of sour kraut with purple cabbage. All Washed down with Augustiner original, a very smooth beer and more Wein schorle. Laura had had enough of drinking by now so I tried the Hell vom fass another nice beer and we headed back to the room. We are now on the train to Mainz for a quick one night stop over before heading to ...
... movie was not in English. Surprisingly, I caught a lot of what was going on. It was pretty fun. Then we went to the most famous brew house that is owned by the government and had beer Bavarian style, aka a full liter of beer was served to me. Amazing. We met up with Florian again for dinner in a more local section of town before heading to the bus stop. Now we are waiting for our bus, which is late, to take us to ...
... emerald hills, and blue pristine lakes (the deepest lake in Europe, in fact, called Konigsee). ...It is also full of Nazi history. Berchtesgaden is supposed to be the most beautiful place in the world, and the Nazis were supposed to be the best people in the world, so it seemed only logical to them that they make it the symbolic home of the Nazi party. *barf* We decided to take the scenic route along the alps rather than the highway, no GPS, just a map book. Whipping around winding ...
... I did not get the opportunity to drink at the Oktoberfest. We do plan on going back on a weekday though to try again. Also, just as a side note, it is SO cool to see so many people dressed up in the traditional attire. Everyone looked amazing! After we left the Oktoberfest we checked out a bit of the city centre. We didn't get very far unfortunately but we did manage to get to Marieplatz and see the ...
... 160; Fortunately the overcast was high enough and we saw the runway already from 10 miles out. Johannes was clearly giddy, knowing his family was waiting down below and watching our approach. Our landing though was arguably the smoothest of the entire trip as he put Maggie down ever so gently. We smiled. We were relieved. Mission accomplished. Upon taxiing we saw Johannes’ wife, daughter, brother, friend Uli, and the ...