Travel Blogs from Munich
Up, showered, dressed, breakfast eaten and off to catch the Tour Bus for Neuschwanstein Castle.
We walked to near the train station again and showed the tour guide the ticket. He said "sorry, that tour only goes on Mondays" - Michael looked horrified and the guide laughed and said “tricked you!”
On the bus we got. …
We got up, showered, dressed and packed our bags ready for international travel. We then checked out and asked if the Radisson would mind our bags for the day as we were going to explore Manchester before our flight out at 6pm tonight. They locked our bags away for us with no problem at all and we then walked to Manchester Airport train station and …
Saturday morning in Munich saw us catch a city tour bus to get a feel for the 'lay of the land'. We saw many of Munich's famous sites such as Schloss Nymphenburg (Palace), BMW HQ, Olympic park, and far too many beautiful buildings to remember.
We then decided to buy a Bavaria train pass (Targeskarte) and on a whim we traveled to a city …
Danny, Jim and I drove in from Stuttgart and arrived in the early afternoon. We checked into our hotel and headed out to the Marienplatz. The Marienplatz is the heart of Munich and the site of the world famous Glockenspiel. Mechanical dancers in the tower of the New Town Hall come to life when the clock chimes. The building has a …
... out later its called “Ein Prosit”). The people get up and stand on the benches to sing, dance and raise their glass during the Ein Prosit and any other song they feel like dancing to. You can see benches of people swaying back and forth with the music as they hold up their glasses and sing. Everyone is cheery and just happy to be here.
The waitresses wear the dirndl with their boobies all out, but its usually not a pretty ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed