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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Europa Munich
This is a really nice motel very helpful staff and great rooms and free wi fi for a change there is public transport to the city centre
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... and its perfectly ok to drink on the train. A local brass band in traditional dress crammed their way in with their large instruments.
They were urged by everyone with clapping and cheering to play something so there was a little ...
... It's the only place in the world where people surf on a river and it was amazing to watch! The water was definitely a nice cool off, and we scampered up the banks to take a nice nap in the park. Although we were not planning on ending up in Munich, we had a great time and we're happy that our last second plans worked out so well. After two gorgeous days in this pretty city, it was off to ...
... the park. Our next stop was the BMW museum where we of course admired German engineering. The rest of the day was ours to waste so I used it to see the Glockenspiel play in Marienplatz and enjoy my last beer and pretzel at the Hofbrauhaus. To end our trip, Father arranged reservations at a traditional restaurant at which we shared a meal, exchanged gifts and stories, and enjoyed our last evening together. Tomorrow will bring a full day of travel starting at 6 a.m. so time to rest ...
... air and rail travel is about eight hours, but in this case there were no reasonable air options, so I had to tolerate a longer rail journey.
The train arrived in Munich right on time at 14:41. I thought I'd easily remember the way to the hotel, but had to get some help from Google Maps on my iPhone. I had switched on BBC News as soon as I got settled in the room, and noticed a story about the Apple announcements today for the new iPhones. I ...
... death camps were located on German soil. The majority of extermination camps were located in Poland. Dachau was built to accommodate around 8000 prisoners however was subjected to overcrowding very early on sometimes over 40000 inmates at the one time. Any political opponent of hitlers national socialist workers party could be arrested by the Gestapo and taken in to what they termed protective custody. This included those accused of being communists, trade unionists, Jehovah's ...